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Our Kids Are Worth It: Strategy for Children and Youth

Government of Nova Scotia Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Nova Scotia 1 January 2007 Policy document human development

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Our Vision: Children and youth are healthy, safe, nurtured, and responsible—and given the right opportunities to be the best that they can be.

Our Goals :

1) Children and youth are healthy, safe, nurtured, and responsible—and given the right opportunities to be the best that they can be. Children and youth are well cared for, safe, healthy, and active.

2) Children and youth are supported in making successful transitions in their lives from birth to adulthood.

3 Children and youth are engaged in ways that support their successful development and their understanding and acceptance of responsibilities for their actions.

4 Families are supported in ways that help them meet their needs and their responsibilities for their children."

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