Through this it is able to see that children from the poor need help from globalisation. Many Schemes from different countries are working to help all children to gain the benefits of education, health and safety. Schemes like Triple P from Australia, Head start from USA and Sure Start from England are working towards the aim to provide the best for the children. Some schemes brought in by Singapore government to help the children to get what they deserve are subsides from Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports (MCYS). Every child born in Singapore gets baby bonus to support their medical and education (MCYS, 2012). There are also different racial communities to concentrate on their racial group people and help the needy in any assistance they need. Schools come out with newsletters and parenting seminars to educate the parents on the importance childhood education and parenting skills. These schemes may be of great help for children and families to overcome the impact of globalisation.In this assignment we have discussed on how the globalisation impacts children with the help of bronfernburrners ecological theory. We were able to see the interconnection of the world to the child. From there we broke down to the different ways globalisation can impact a child and its family and how it affects the poor and the rich. We also covered on how different nations have brought in schemes to help the families to provide the best for children. We took Singapore and listed the various ways it helped in providing the best for the child and its family. With this we evaluated that there is great impact on children due to globalisation.