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China National Program for Child Development(2011-2020)

National Working Committee on Children and Women, State Council of China Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards China 14 June 2012 Policy document child and adolescent, social development

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China National Program for child Development (2011-2020) is formulated in accordance with relevant laws and regulations, such as the Law of the People's Republic of China on the Protection of Minors, the purposes of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child, the general objectives and requirements of China's national economic and social development, and the actual situation of children's development in China. The next decade is a crucial period for comprehensively building a moderately prosperous society in China, and there are unprecedented opportunities for child development. Adhering to and applying the Scientific Outlook on Development will create a more favorable social environment for children's healthy growth. Formulating and implementing a new program on the development of Chinese children will lay a more solid foundation for all-round individual development and for improving the comprehensive quality of the Chinese nation.

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