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Ley 18617 de creación del Instituto Nacional del Adulto Mayor (Law 18617 creating the National Institute for Older Persons)

Asamblea General de Uruguay Country Resources Older Persons General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans and service standards Uruguay 23 October 2009 Legislation/regulation development, Older Persons

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Crease el Instituto Nacional del Adulto Mayor (INAM) que tendra como competencias:
a) La promoción integral de los adultos mayores b) La planificación, el diseno, la ejecución y la evaluacion de las politicas nacionles relativas al adulto mayor, promoviendo programas y actividades que logren su desarrollo pleno e integración social y económica. C) La coordinación y coejecución con los organismos estatales y privados de la aplicación efectiva de las politicas de salud integral, educación, capacitación efectiva de las politicas de salud integral, educación, capacitación, recreación, apoyo e integración social.

Law 18617 creates the National Institute for Older Persons which is responsible for ensuring: 1) the comprehensive care of older persons b) The planning, design, execution and evaluation of the national policies relating to older persons, promoting programs and activities that will allow older persons to achieve full development and social and economic integration. (C) Coordination and joint execution with the State and private bodies for the effective implementation of the comprehensive policies of health, education, and effective training policies for health, education, training, recreation, support and social integration, among other responsibilities.


Ley 18617
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