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Plan Strategique pour la promotion de l'enfant et de la famille 2002-2006 (Strategic Plan for the promotion of the child and the family 2002-2006)

Republic of Mali; Minister for the promotion of childhood and family Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Mali 1 April 2002 Policy document social development, Social Inclusion

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Le Plan d’action pour la promotion de l’enfant 2002-2006 a pour objectif de « créer un environnement juridique et social favorable à la protection et à la promotion des droits de l’enfant de 2002 à 2006». Il s’articule autour de 6 stratégies :
- l’amélioration des conditions de survie de l’enfant par le renforcement des capacités individuelles et collectives des parents à l’utilisation des services essentiels de santé au profit des enfants
- la création d’un environnement juridique et social favorable au développement de l’enfant
- l’amélioration des connaissances et des aptitudes des communautés et des enfants en matière de prévention et de protection spéciale
- l’amélioration de l’éducation civique et citoyenne du jeune adulte en vue d’une participation efficace à la vie publique nationale
- la réalisation d’études et de recherches
- la communication et le plaidoyer en faveur de la promotion de l’Enfant.

The Action Plan for the Promotion of the child 2002-2006 was intended to "create a favorable social environment and legal protection and promotion of children's rights from 2002 to 2006." It focuses on six strategies:
- Improving child survival by building individual and collective capacity of parents to use essential health services for children
- Creating a legal and social environment favorable for the development of the child
- Improving the knowledge and skills of communities and children in terms of prevention and special protection
- Improving young adult's civic education for effective participation in national public life
- Carrying out studies and research
- Communicating and advocate for the promotion of the Child.

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