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The National Youth Policy: A vision for Youth in the 21st Century

Janat Balunzi Mukwaya (MP) Minister for Gender, Labour and Social Development. The Republic of Uganda Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Uganda 1 January 2001 Policy document child and adolescent, social development

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This policy has been developed as a step forward to invest in the Youth. It provides an operational framework to all the actors with a set of realistic guidelines from which action programmes and services can be developed to facilitate meaningful involvement of Youth in national development efforts and to respond to their various needs and problems.
The process of developing this policy has been consultative, participatory and inclusive in terms of the involvement of key stakeholders and has been spearheaded by the Department of Youth and Children Affairs, Ministry of Gender, Labour and Social Development, with diligent support from the National Youth Policy Task Force.

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