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The National Policy for Children 2013

Government of India; Ministry of Women and Child Development Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards India 26 April 2013 Policy document education, health promotion, human rights

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To affirm the Government’s commitment to the rights based approach in addressing the continuing and emerging challenges in the situation of children, the Government of India hereby adopts this Resolution on the National Policy for Children, 2013. Survival, health, nutrition, development, education, protection and participation are the undeniable rights of every child and are the key priorities of this Policy.


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