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National Children Policy 2011

Republic of Bangladesh Ministry of Women and Children Affairs Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Bangladesh 31 December 2011 Policy document child and adolescent, policy

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The Aims and Objectives of this policy are;

- The best development and growth of the children shall be ensured by providing needed standard services to the children and adolescents irrespective of their age, sex, religion, and occupation, social, regional and small ethnic group identities in matter of rights concerning education,health, nutrition, safety, recreation and other rights.

-Initiatives shall be taken to extend facilities to the female child, disabled child and child with special needs.

- The children shall be developed interested about his/her country and conscious of it through creation of educational and child friendly environment so that they can flourish as honest, patriotic and responsible citizen of this country.

- The children shall be developed as a scientifically inquisitive generation considering science and technology to be inseparable ingredients of education to make them capable of keeping pace with the demand of the nation and the world in future.

- Initiatives shall be undertaken to ensure creation of congenial family environment.

- Initiatives shall be undertaken to reflect their views in deciding and planning that affect the lives of the children and adolescents.

- Initiatives shall be undertaken to make necessary legislation and provisions to materialize child rights.


National Children Policy 2011
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