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Politique Nationale de la Jeunesse (Nationale Youth Policy)

Ministry of Youth, Culture and Sports The Republic of Rwanda Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Rwanda 1 January 2005 Policy document employment, health promotion, social development

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Ce document est le résultat de diverses idées, des consultations et d’analyse par tous les partenaires et intervenants au développement en matière de jeunesse et par des jeunes eux–mêmes.

Tout en abordant les principales préoccupations des jeunes, il confère légitimité et orientation aux programmes et aux services axés sur la jeunesse et propose des stratégies et des grandes lignes directrices de leur planification et de leur mise en œuvre. On y trouve aussi les mesures propres à canaliser les énergies et les talents de la jeunesse vers le développement durable de notre Chère Patrie.

The current document results from various ideas, consultations and analysis by all partners and stakeholders of development in terms of youth by the youth themselves.

By addressing the youth main concerns, this policy assigns legitimacy and orientation to programs and services that are centered on youth and proposes strategies and guidelines for their planning and implementation. It also contains appropriate measures for directing the youth’s forces and talents toward sustainable development of our nation.

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