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Tonga National Strategy to Prevent and Control Non Communicable Diseases ( 2010 - 2015)

Ministry of Health, Tonga Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Tonga 2010 Policy document non communicable disease

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The plan is centred on reduction of the main NCD Risk Factors (Tobacco Smoking, Alcohol Misuse, Physical Inactivity and Unhealthy Eating) through the PATH to Good health strategy which forms the core of the plan. These are:
• Physical Activity promotion
• Alcohol Harm Reduction
• Tobacco Control
• Healthy Eating promotion

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