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Politique Nationale de Developpement de la Petite Enfance en Mauritanie (National Policy on Early Childhood Development in Mauritania)

Islamic Republic of Mauritania Ministere Charge de la Promotion Feminine, de l'Enfance et de la Famille (Ministry for Childhood, Family and the Advancement of Women) Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Mauritania 31 December 2005 Policy document child and adolescent, development, women

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Policy document which analyses the early childhood situation in Mauritania and identifies courses of action in order to improve the living conditions for young children and their families.


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