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National Policy on Youth Development

Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports Royal Government of Camboda Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Cambodia 24 June 2011 Policy document education, employment, women

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The objective of this policy is to “develop youth in a way that enables them to have physical integrity, intelligence, conscience, morality, value, and skills so that they can become good citizens.”

Goals of the policy:
“1. Provide youth with access to education and vocational training with quality and equality.
2. Encourage youth to have initiation, creation, innovation and entrepreneurship.
3. Promote gender among youth and especially give opportunity and rights to women.
4. Develop youth in a way that enable them to have aptitude, knowledge, skills, morality, spirit of peace loving, national loyalty, self-confidence, dignity, leadership and broad understanding of society.
5. Provide opportunity for youth to express opinions and to make decision concerning community and national development.
6. Call on all concerned sectors such as ministries, institutions, development partners, civil societies, communities and parents or guardians to join youth development.”


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