Best Interests Of The Child

The Convention on the Rights of the Child states that in each and every decision affecting the child, the various possible solutions must be considered and due weight given to the child’s best interests. This principle is immediately relevant to orphans and vulnerable children where decisions are being made regarding their caretakers, property and futures, but extends further to all matters that concern children, including development policies and programmes and allocation of public resources.

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