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National Youth Policy

Royal Government of Bhutan; Ministry of Education, Department of Youth and Sports Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Bhutan 1 January 2010 Policy document education, employment, health promotion

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“The rationale of the development of the National Youth Policy is thus, to provide a broad framework for youth engagement that endeavors to ensure that all young men and women are provided with support and meaningful opportunities to reach their full potential as they actively participate in society.”

The eight key sectors that are of concern in this policy are:

1. Education
2. Health and well being
3. Employment and training
4. Environmental awareness and action
5. Social environment
6. Culture and identity
7. Recreation and sports
8. Youth civic participation and empowerment


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