Children's Act, 2005 (Act No. 38 of 2005)
Chapter 13 : Child and Youth Care Centres
192. Strategy to ensure sufficient provision of child and youth care centres
|The Minister, after consultation with interested persons and the Ministers of Education, Health, Home Affairs and Justice and Constitutional Development, must include in the departmental strategy a comprehensive national strategy aimed at ensuring an appropriate spread of child and youth care centres throughout the Republic providing the required range of residential care programmes in the various regions, giving due consideration as provided in section 11, to children with disability or chronic illness.
|The MEC for social development must within the national strategy referred to in subsection (1) provide for a provincial strategy aimed at the establishment of an appropriate spread in the province of properly resourced, co-ordinated and managed child and youth care centres providing the required range of residential care programmes.
|The MEC for social development must compile a provincial profile at the prescribed intervals in order to make the information available that is necessary for the development and review of the strategies referred to in subsections (1) and (2).
|The provincial head of social development must maintain a record of all available child and youth care centres in the province concerned and of the programmes contemplated in section 191 offered by each centre.
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