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On ratification of the program of action for protection of children with special circumstances in the 1999-2002 period

The Prime Minister of Government Country Resources Child and Youth General Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Viet Nam 31 May 1999 Legislation/regulation child/youth protection

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To create a strong change of concept and action in the entire society about the protection of children. To prevent, gradually reduce and eventually solve in a fundamental way by the year 2002 the question of children wandering in search of a living; children working in heavy and noxious conditions; children who are abused of their life, health, dignity and honor; and juvenile delinquency.


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