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Plan de Acción de la Política Nacional para el Desarrollo Integral de la Juventud 2005-2015 (Plan of Action of the National Policy for the Integrated Youth Development 2005-2015)

Nicaragua Secretaría de la Juventud de la Presidencia de la República Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Nicaragua April 2004 Policy document child and adolescent, education, health promotion, social development

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Basado en esta característica participativa y democrática, este Plan de Acción, ha sido diseñado con un carácter prospectivo de diez años, y busca articular y coordinar la acción e intervención de las distintas instituciones del gobierno central, regional y local en lo referente a la ejecución de las acciones mismas de acuerdo a lo siguiente: sus competencias, el respaldo de la sociedad civil, y de diversos grupos de jóvenes, el deber y la corresponsabilidad ciudadana de los hombres y mujeres jóvenes, y el apoyo de la empresa privada y de las distintas agencias de cooperación. Desde esta perspectiva, el Plan representa un desafío a alcanzar en función de maximizar los esfuerzos y de optimizar los recursos existentes. Sirviendo como guía para mejorar la calidad de vida de la juventud, su incorporación social, la adquisición de su emancipación, el desarrollo de potencialidades y el aporte al avance del país.

Based on a participatory and democratic process, the Action Plan has been designed with a prospective time span of ten years and seeks to articulate and coordinate the action and involvement of various institutions of central, regional and local government regarding the implementation of the actions themselves according to the following: their skills, civil society support, and various youth groups, civic duty and responsibility of men and young women, and the support of private enterprises and different agencies. From this perspective, the Plan represents a challenge to achieve in terms of maximizing efforts and optimize existing resources. It serves as a guide to improve the quality of life of youth, contribute to their social inclusion, the acquisition of their emancipation, their development potential and their contribution to the advancement of the country.

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