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Children's Law of Liberia 2011

Republic of Liberia Government of Liberia Country Resources Child Rights Legislation Liberia 0 0000 Legislation/regulation child and adolescent, equality, quality care

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This Law comprehensively covers the rights of the Child by focusing on key areas mentioned below:

- Food
- Shelter
- Protection/ Safety
- Education
- Health care
- Recreational/Social activities

Furthermore identifies the responsibilities of key Ministries, Government and significant organizations and persons in preserving the Rights of the Liberian Children.

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Children's Law of Liberia 2011
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