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The Jordanian National Action Plan for Children (2004-2013)

Government of Jordan Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards disability Jordan 25 October 2004 Policy document child/youth protection, substance use

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The vision of this plan is: To create a safe environment that develops the capabilities of children by supporting legislation, policies and programmes that cater to the physical, mental, social and emotional well-being of children.

The overall goal of the plan is to:
1. Provide a general framework and direction for action in all fields and sectors that concern children.
2. Strengthen cooperation and partnership between the public and private sectors for comprehensive planning based on full participation and joint responsibilities.
3. Reduce gender and geographical disparities by increasing access to quality services that guarantee a secure life for all children.
4. Provide a basis for research, monitoring and evaluation in all fields related to children.
5. Attract local and international financing for the implementation of this Plan.


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الجزء الاول
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الجزء الثاني
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