Respect for the view of the child

This principle affirms that children are entitled to express their views in all matters affecting them and requires that those views be given due weight in accordance with the child’s age and maturity. It recognizes the potential of children to enrich decision-making processes and to participate as citizens and actors of change. This principle underscores the importance of ensuring that orphans and vulnerable children participate in decisions that affect them, such as those concerning their care and inheritance, and that they have important contributions to make in the fight against HIV/AIDS.

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