Implement National Strategic Plan for Youth Policy

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Today’s young people are the powerful strength of tomorrow’s nation, capable of readiness to shoulder the State responsibilities in their respective sectors in the future.
As governments in global countries understand the invaluable strength of young people, no matter what difficulties they face, they nurture them without fail to become reliable, qualified, educated ones.
The Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement formulated and approved the National Strategic Plan for Youth Policy (2020-2024) for the development of young people. The Ministry, in collaboration with the international community including ASEAN, has participated in youth activities, meetings, seminars and workshops emphasizing youth affairs.
Myanmar has been providing services for the care and protection of vulnerable groups such as children, women, the elderly, and persons with disabilities through the life cycle approach. As the youth sector, the government operates youth training schools for those in plains and border areas in need of care and behavioural reform.
Relevant ministries and organizations are striving to develop disciplined and qualified future leaders as the youth development sector is a cross-cutting issue. Currently, young people are facing challenges about technology, the economy, employment opportunities and drugs. As such, the authorities concerned need to help young people overcome the challenges for shaping a better future.
The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) has supported the Government of Myanmar in formulating the Myanmar Youth Policy Strategic Plan through a youth-led process not only for the government but for the youths as well as for stakeholders who must now work closely together toward the achievement of Sustainable Development Goals.
The young people as frontline volunteers have been actively participating in different roles in prevention, control and treatment of COVID-19, showing their strength, leadership and unity through their actions and commitments.
It is necessary to support and advocate for the inclusion of young people from diverse backgrounds and identities in Myanmar including the disadvantaged and marginalized to fulfil every young person’s potential and achieve sustainable peace and development for the country.

In fact, children are the primary source of strength for young people. So also, the young people are the powerful force of the elderlies in nation-building endeavours. Hence, it is necessary to nurture the young people in capacity building for the future nation.

In fact, children are the primary source of strength for young people. So also, the young people are the powerful force of the elderlies in nation-building endeavours. Hence, it is necessary to nurture the young people in capacity building for the future nation.

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