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National Youth Policy: to be approved by September

The National Youth Development Policy that was developed some seven years ago by the youths of Montserrat is scheduled to be presented in the house of parliament by September of this year.

The national Youth Development Policy which was developed in 2005 by the youths for the youth and closely monitored by Commonwealth youth program and local professional has only now been given commitment to by the Parliamentary Secretary Hon. Jermaine Wade.

Hon. Wade says he is giving his commitment that by September of this year Montserrat the policy will be presented to the house of Parliament for its acceptance and approval. “I am giving my commitment that by September of this year we will have a national youth policy presented to this house for its acceptance and approval,” he said.

Hon. Wade also stated that the National youth development policy will serve as a guideline for economical participation, education, sports, health, culture and religion.

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The National Youth Development Policy that was developed some seven years ago by the youths of Montserrat is scheduled to be presented in the house of parliament by September of this year.

The national Youth Development Policy which was developed in 2005 by the youths for the youth and closely monitored by Commonwealth youth program and local professional has only now been given commitment to by the Parliamentary Secretary Hon. Jermaine Wade.

Hon. Wade says he is giving his commitment that by September of this year Montserrat the policy will be presented to the house of Parliament for its acceptance and approval. “I am giving my commitment that by September of this year we will have a national youth policy presented to this house for its acceptance and approval,” he said.

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Hon. Wade also stated that the National youth development policy will serve as a guideline for economical participation, education, sports, health, culture and religion.