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Action Plan for children with disabilities

Government of the Maldives Child and Family protection authority Country Resources Child and Youth Disability policies/plans/legislations and service standards Disability Policies Maldives 1 July 2008 Policy document child and adolescent, health service

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Objectives
• To ensure adults and children with disabilities do not experience environmental barriers when trying
to access the Ministry of Gender and Family’s services
• To improve the accessibility of the Ministry of Gender and Family’s buildings and services to
parents and children with disabilities
• To improve the availability of information to parents and children with disabilities
• To ensure that the Ministry of Gender and Family is in a position to employ staff with disabilities

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