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Protection, care and support for children vunerale to violence, abuse, exploitation and neglect. In the context of the HIV epidemic in Papua New Guinea

Independent state of Papua New Guinea Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Papua New Guinea 1 January 2008 Policy document child/youth protection, prevention, women

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1. Social protection
2. Legal protection and justice
3. Extended community-care in the community
4. Human Services coordination

STRATEGIES within the policy
1. Strengthen capacity of families
2. Mobilise and support community based responses
3. Ensure access to essential services
4. Increase Government leadership for protection
5. Raise awareness to create supportive environments


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