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Journal of Aging and Social Policy ,16(1), 21-41. Click to Know More Deputy Minister of Social Welfare, Gender & Children's Affairs takes up Office/span> The Deputy Minister in the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gender & Children's Affairs (MSWGCA) Hon. Parental competencies should be developed in a dialogue with science and its experts. Some social policies are implemented by regulating markets or relations between citizens, rather than by providing social benefits or services.

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