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Burundi - Politique Nationale de la Jeunesse (National Youth Policy of Burundi)

Government of Burundi Ministry of Youth, Sport and Culture Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Burundi 1 January 1998 Policy document community, employment, Social Inclusion

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Avec sa Politique Nationale de la Jeunesse, le Ministere de la Jeunesse, des Sports et de la Culture se fixe pour principaux objectifs de:
- contribuer a l'education complete de la Jeunesse et a son integration
- mobiliser les jeunes autour des programmes d'education a la paix, aux droits de la personne humaine, de reconciliation et de reconstruction des infrastructures detruites par la crise
- encourager et promouvoir la creation et le developpement des associations et mouvements des jeunes
- promouvoir les activites generatrices de revenus en faveur de la jeunesse.

With its National Youth Policy, the Ministry of Youth, Sports and Culture set the following objectives:
- contributing to the entire education of young people and to their integration
- mobilizing young people around education programs related to peace, the rights of the human person, the reconciliation and the rebuilding of infrastructures destroyed by the crisis
- encouraging and promoting the creation and development of associations and youth movements
- promoting income-generating activities for youth.

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