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Loi n° 2004-028 du 09 septembre 2004 portant Politique Nationale de la Jeunesse (Law No. 2004-028, 09 September 2004 on National Youth Policy)

Government of Madagascar Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Madagascar 9 September 2004 Legislation/regulation social development, Social Inclusion

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La Politique Nationale de la Jeunesse se donne comme but celui d’avoir une vision nouvelle de la jeunesse qui garantit une vision de société ouverte pluraliste, respectueuse de l’unité et à forte cohésion sociale. En effet, la mission fondamentale de l’Etat consiste à veiller sur l’intérêt commun de la population en général et de la Jeunesse en particulier.

The National Youth Policy aims at giving a new vision of youth which guarantees a certain vision of the society, open and pluralistic, respectful of the unity with a strong social cohesion. Indeed, the fundamental task of the State is to ensure the common interests of the people in general and of the youth in particular.


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