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Schéma départemental de l’Enfance, de la Jeunesse et de la Famille 2013-2017 (Departmental plan for children and family in Guyana 2013-2017)

General Council of Guiana Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards French Guiana 2013 Policy document

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The departmental plan for children and family in Guyana 2013-2017 defines for 5 years the main directions of social action in favour of children, youth and families.

The scheme is based on six broad policy guidelines:
Orientation 1: Defining a common framework and principles of intervention
Orientation 2: Strengthening the involvement of supported families
Orientation 3: Developing coaching around birth, and prevention policies in the areas of childhood and early childhood
Orientation 4: Improving the quality and responsiveness of the plan in the interest of children and families
Orientation 5: Ensuring the implementation of a logical path, consistent, and of quality
Orientation 6: Controling the child protection system

Le schéma départemental en faveur de l’enfance et de la famille de Guyanne pour la période 2013-2017 définit pour 5 ans les grandes orientations de l’action sociale en faveur de l’enfance, de la jeunesse et de la famille.
Le schema repose sur 6 grandes orientations politiques:
Orientation 1 : Définir un cadre et des principes d’intervention communs
Orientation 2 : Renforcer l’implication des familles dans les prises en charge
Orientation 3 : Développer l’accompagnement autour de la naissance, et les politiques de prévention dans les domaines de l’enfance et de la petite enfance
Orientation 4 : Améliorer la qualité et la réactivité du dispositif dans l’intérêt des enfants et des familles
Orientation 5 : Garantir la mise en place d’une logique de parcours, cohérent, et de qualité
Orientation 6 : Piloter le dispositif de protection de l’enfance


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