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28 Feb 2024
New National Children's Policy in Solomon Islands dedicate resources to improve birth registration
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Newsletter February 2024

In 2023, Ministry of Women, Youth, Children and Family Affairs of the Solomon Islands (MWYCFA), in partnership with UNICEF, launched its revised Solomon Islands National Children’s Policy 2023-2028. The policy ensures that the rights of children are at the centre of development. To safeguard children from harm and exploitation, one of the strategies is to provide legal identity for all, including enhancing birth registration. 

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