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2008

Child and social protection (Cape Verde)

Cap Vert

Titre : Child and social protection (Cape Verde)

Pays /Région : Cap Vert

Durée : Starting date : 01 July/2008 End date : 31/Dec/ 2011

Contexte
Human capital is Cape Verde’s most important resource. Sustainable development of the country is based on human capacity. The improvement of the education system and vocational training, child and social protection, the reinforcement of the “acceleration strategy for children’s health” implementation, youth participation, capacity development at the community and family level for health matters as well as the reform of the health sector, are the key elements in the national development strategy of human capital. A new landmark has been established with the installation of the Public University of Cape Verde. To this effect, it is necessary to emphasize primary and secondary education and to ensure that higher education is a priority. With the objective to support the development of human capital in Cape Verde, the Agencies will contribute to improve the performance of social services as well as their accessibility to the most resource poor. This will include seeing that national and community institutions and civil society organizations ensure the rights of people to effective socio-economic inclusion

Objectifs
This sub-programme aims to support national and community institutions to ensure a protective environment for children and an effective and long-lasting social protection system

Agence Nations Unies : • UNICEF (lead agency) • ILO

Partenaires Nationaux : • Ministry of Education • Ministry of Economy, Growth and Competitiveness • Ministry of Labor, Family and Social Solidarity • Ministry of Justice • National Association of Municipalities • NGO Platform • INE, ICCA, CNDHC, INPS, CNPS

Budget for the cycle (2008-2011) : $2,149,680

United Nations Development Group

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