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Plan Strategique National pour l'enfance a Djibouti (National Strategic Plan for the protection of children in Djibouti)

Government of Djibouti Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Djibouti 1 January 2011 Policy document child/youth protection, health promotion, social development

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Le Plan Strategique National pour l'enfance a Djibouti a pour but de creer pour tous les enfants un environnement protecteur favorisant la realisation de leurs droits fondamentaux et l'acces equitable aux services de base.

Il vise aussi a assurer a l'enfant l'application effective des dispositions des instruments internationaux, regionaux et nationaux relatifs a ses droits en matiere de survie et sante, de developpement, et de protection.

The National Strategic Plan for Children in Djibouti aims at creating for all children a protective environment to ensure the protection of their human rights and equitable access to basic services.

The objective is also to the child the effective implementation of the provisions of international, regional and national instruments related to his/her rights related to survival and health, development, and protection.

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