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Plano Executivo de Apoio a Juventude (Executive Plan for Youth Support)

Angola Ministry for Youth and Sports Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Angola 27 July 2005 Policy document child and adolescent, development, social development

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O plano executivo de apoio à juventude estabelece o quadro global de orientação, apoio e execução de tarefas com vista a participação dos jovens na reconstrução do país e na resolução dos seus próprios problemas. Esta tarefa não pode ser exclusiva do Governo. Deve contar com a parceria do sector privado, particularmente as empresas produtivas, de prestação de serviços e os bancos comerciais; uma forte organização da juventude, em torno das suas associações; e uma indispensável contribuição de toda a sociedade.

The executive plan to support youth establishes the overall framework of guidance, support and execution of tasks aimed at enhancing youth participation in rebuilding the country and to solve their own problems. This task can not solely depend on the Government; it must rely on partnership with the private sector, particularly with productive enterprises, service and commercial banks, with a strong youth organization around their associations, and the contribution of the whole society, which is indispansible.

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