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Plan Nacional de Juventudes: “Jóvenes unidos/as por el cambio” 2008-2012 (National Plan for Youth: "Youth United for change" 2008-2012)

Bolivia Ministry of Justice; Ministry of Planning and Development; Ministry of Education and Culture; Ministry of Health and Sports; Ministry of Labour Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Bolivia (Plurinational State of) 2008 Policy document child and adolescent, development, disability, education, health promotion, Indigenous peoples

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El Plan Nacional de Desarrollo (PND), aprobado por D.S. Nº 29272, 12 de septiembre del 2007 en sus 5 lineamientos estratégicos propone:
- Contribuir a la transformación del país, el desmontaje del colonialismo y neoliberalismo, y la construcción de un Estado social, comunitario y plurinacional, promotor y protagonista del desarrollo
- Se sustenta en la filosofía del Vivir Bien que expresa el encuentro entre pueblos y comunidades, respetando la diversidad e identidad cultural; es una convivencia comunitaria, con interculturalidad y sin asimetrías de poder. Al mismo tiempo, Vivir Bien en armonía con la naturaleza.
- Convivencia equilibrada y en complementariedad con equidad y con una economía estatal, comunitaria, mixta y privada.
- Promueve el desarrollo integral a través de la construcción de un nuevo patrón de desarrollo diversificado e integrado, y la erradicación de la pobreza y exclusión.
- Tiene como ejes transversales: equidad, innovación y medio ambiente – gestión de riesgos.

The National Development Plan (NDP), approved by DS No. 29272, September 12, 2007 proposes 5 strategic guidelines:
- Contribute to the transformation of the country, the dismantling of colonialism and neo-liberalism and the construction of a social state, community and multinational, promoter and agent of development
- It is based on the philosophy of living being expressed through encounter between peoples and communities, the respect of diversity and cultural identity; a community living with multiculturalism without power asymmetries. At the same time, living in harmony with nature.
- Balanced coexistence and complimentarity between the state, the community and the mixed and private economy.
- Fostering development through the construction of a new pattern of diversified and integrated development and the eradication of poverty and social exclusion.
- Its keystones equity, innovation and the environment, as well as risk management.

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