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Projet de Plan d’action du Sénégal en faveur des personnes âgées (Project for an Action Plan for the elderly in Senegal)

Government of Senegal Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Senegal May 2007 Policy document

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A training workshop on the integration of the elderly in social development programs was held in Saly between 7 and 12 May 2007. The objective was to adopt an action plan for aging in Senegal in the presence of Directors of the social action of 11 regions and representatives of seniors' organizations and civil society.

This first draft action plan includes the following parts:
• Correspondence Plan Madrid- Plan Senegal
• Projects for the elderly in the ten-year program
• Draft Action Plan

Un atelier de formation à l’intégration des personnes âgées dans les programmes de développement social s’est tenu à Saly entre le 7 et le 12 Mai 2007. L’objectif était d’adopter un plan d’action pour le vieillissement au Sénégal en présence des directeurs de l’action sociale de 11 régions ainsi que des représentants des organisations de personnes âgées et de la société civile.

Ce premier projet de plan d’action comprend les parties suivantes:
• Correspondance Plan de Madrid- Plan du Sénégal
• Projets destinés aux personnes âgées dans le programme décennal
• Projet de Plan d’Action


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