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National Health Policy: Creating Wealth through Health

Ministry of Health Country Resources General Health Policies Ghana 30 September 2007 Policy document child and adolescent, development, social development, social security

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The National Health Policy has been designed within the context of Ghana’s vision of achieving middle income status by 2015. It places health at the centre of socio-economic development and presents a clear shift in the role of health in the national and international development framework.

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