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Plan National pour l'enfance 2006-2015/National Plan for Children 2006-2015

Government of Morocco Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Morocco 1 January 2005 Policy document child and adolescent, social development

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Ce Plan d’Action National, résultat d’une très large consultation, fera à ce que les enfants du Maroc soient en bonne santé, jouissent d’un enseignement de qualité, soient protégés et en sécurité contre toutes les formes de maltraitance. Il propose 10 objectifs collectifs pour améliorer le bien-être des enfants du Maroc.

Il décrit la manière dont le Maroc oeuvrera pour atteindre, avec toutes ses forces vives,
les buts et les objectifs du plan mondial et comment il honorera les engagements pris lors de la Session Extraordinaire des Nations Unis en mai 2002, et comment il a opté pour atteindre les huit objectifs de développement du millénaire (ODM).

This National Action Plan, the result of extensive consultation, hopes that the children of Morocco are healthy, enjoy a quality education, are safe and protected against all forms of abuse. It offers 10 collective goals to improve the well-being of children in Morocco.

It describes how Morocco will work towards, with all its strengths, the goals and objectives of the Global Plan and how it will honor the commitments made at the Special Session of the United Nations in May 2002, and how Morocco will achieve the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs).


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