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National Strategic Policy for Poverty Reduction & for Social Inclusion, 2015

Malta Ministry for the Family and Social Solidarity Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Malta 28 January 2015 Policy document poverty, social and economic rights, social development

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This strategic policy reflects Malta’s ongoing commitment to reduce poverty and social exclusion by promoting the well-being and improving the quality of life for all. Poverty is multifaceted and is increasingly becoming more complex in view of evolving trends and realities.


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