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Early Childhood Care and Development Policy (2004)

Republic of Ghana; Ministry of Women and Children’s Affairs Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Ghana 1 January 2004 Policy document capacity development, education, health promotion

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The document provides the broad policy goal, which is to promote the survival, growth and development of all children (0-8 years) in Ghana. Key to this is the efforts of Government to ensure improved standard of living and enhanced quality of life for families in Ghana.

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