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Health Master Plan 2006 - 2015

Ministry of Health Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Maldives 31 December 2006 Policy document 99915-66-38-4 health promotion, health service, health system

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Description

The main priority areas highlighted are as follows.
ƒ - Health promotion and healthy environments
ƒ - Human Resources for Health
ƒ - Access to health services and medicines
ƒ - Nutritional disorders
ƒ - Non communicable and chronic diseases including mental health
ƒ - Quality of health care and services
ƒ - Communicable diseases of public health concern
ƒ - Reproductive and maternal health
ƒ - Child and Adolescent health
ƒ - Disaster and Emergency preparedness and response
- Health information and research
ƒ - “Dhivehibeys” (Maldivian Traditional Medicine) and alternative forms of traditional medicine

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