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Plan de Accion de la Politica Publica de la Persona Joven (Action Plan of the Public Policy for Young People)

Costa Rica Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sports Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Costa Rica 2006 Policy document child and adolescent, education, health promotion

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El Plan que aquí se presenta prioriza acciones sobre los mandatos de la Política Pública, entendiendo que su cumplimiento es de una responsabilidad de todo el Sistema de Juventud. El Plan define sus acciones en cuatro grandes áreas: primero, Fomentar una educación integral para una sexualidad sana y segura y promoción de una salud integral; segundo, Capacitación y formación profesional y oportunidades de ingreso al mundo del trabajo y empleo; tercero, Revisión y ampliación para la transformación de la oferta educativa y una oferta ampliada en educación con mayores oportunidades de inclusión; cuarto, Promoción de la estructura del sistema nacional de juventud y fortalecimiento de la red nacional consultiva de la persona joven.

The Plan presented here prioritizes actions on the mandates of Public Policy, with the understanding that compliance is a responsibility of all the Youth System. The Plan defines actions in four broad areas: first, to promote comprehensive education for a healthy and safe sexual life and the promotion of comprehensive healthcare; second, vocational training and income opportunities in the world of work and employment; third, revisions and extension to transform the provision of education and expanding the pool of offers of higher education opportunities; fourth, advancement of structure of the national system of youth and strengthening of the consultative national network of young persons.

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