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Politica Nacional de Primera Infancia (National Early Childhood Policy)

Nicaragua Government of Reconciliation and National Unity Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Nicaragua 2011 Policy document child and adolescent, policy

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La Política Nacional de Primera Infancia ha sido construida desde el protagonismo de las familias nicaragüenses y el acompañamiento de sus instituciones de Gobierno para seguir profundizando unidas y unidos por el Bien Común, la plena restitución de todos los derechos de los más chiquitos y chiquitas reconocidos en nuestras leyes, en las normas internacionales sobre Derechos Humanos y en el Plan Nacional de Desarrollo Humano del Gobierno de Reconciliación y Unidad Nacional.

The National Policy on Early Childhood is based on the role of Nicaraguan families and the support of governmental institutions that are united by the common good and continue to work together for the full restoration of all rights of the youngest recognized laws, international standards on Human Rights and National Human Development Plan of the Government of Reconciliation and National Unity.


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