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Jeugdbeleidsplan Curaçao 2006 - 2009 (Youth policy Curacao 2006-2009)

Dienst Cultuur en Educatie, Federatie Antilliaanse Jeugdzorg; Government of Curaçao Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Curaçao 1 January 2006 Policy document child and adolescent, education, health promotion

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Dit document bevat de volgende beleidsuitgangspunten voor de jeugd op curacao: onderwijs en educatie, gezondheid en hulpverlening, welzijn en vrije tijd, veiligheid en werk. Ook bevat het document een plan van aanpak en bekostiging om te laten zien hoe dit beleid geïmplementeerd gaat worden.

This document contains the following policy principles for youth in Curacao: education, health care, welfare and leisure, safety, and work. The document also contains a plan of action and funding in order to show how this policy will be implemented.


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