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National Youth Policy of Ghana

Republic of Ghana Ministry of Youth and Sports Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Ghana 28 August 2010 Policy document child and adolescent, development, social development

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This National Youth Policy has as its theme “Towards an empowered youth, impacting positively on national development”. It is intended to provide guidelines for all stakeholders involved in the implementation of policies, programmes and projects for the development of the youth. It is also intended to help the country demonstrate its commitment to all international conventions and charters it has signed relating to the youth.


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