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National Youth Strategy for Jordan 2005- 2009

The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan Higher Council for Youth Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Jordan 1 December 2004 Policy document child and adolescent, strategy

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This National Youth Strategy represents a declaration and a commitment by the Hashemite
Kingdom of Jordan of the priorities, directions and support it intends to give to the development of the capabilities of its young men and women between 2005 - 2009. As a statement, it is hoped that it will raise the profile of, and understanding of Jordanian young people. It is intended to act as a national vision, framework and consensus regarding their development and their active involvement in, and contribution to community and national life. The National Youth Strategy is a national document which national institutions are committed to implement.

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