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Child Health and Development Strategic Plan Year 2001-2004

Department of Health (Philippines) Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Philippines 1 January 2001 Guidelines child and adolescent, strategy

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This plan aims to promote the general health of children in the Philippines and to improve the quality of life of children in 2025.

The Philippine National Strategic Framework for Development for Children or CHILD 21 is a strategic framework for planning programs and interventions that promote and safeguard the rights of Filipino children. Covering the period 2000-2005, it paints in broad strokes a vision for the quality of life of Filipino children in 2025 and a roadmap to achieve the vision.


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