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National Plan of Action for Children and Adolescents in Belize 2004-2015

Government of Belize Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Belize 7 September 2004 Policy document education, health promotion, human development

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The main goals of this plan are to: “ensure that all children and adolescents residing in Belize…live in conditions necessary to achieve their maximum level of spiritual, moral, intellectual, physical, and psychological development.” The plan includes a coordination, monitoring, and evaluation mechanism.

Six main focus areas:
1) Education
2) Health
3) Child Protection
5) Family
6) Culture


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