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Politique Nationale de la Santé 2005-2015 (National Health Policy 2005-2015)

Ministry of Public Health; Republic of Burundi Country Resources General Health Policies Burundi 31 December 2005 Policy document health promotion, policy, public health

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La politique nationale de santé du Burundi a pour but d’améliorer l’état de santé de la population, non seulement parce que c’est un droit humain, mais aussi pour permettre la relance de l’économie et la diminution de la pauvreté en maintenant le capital humain en bonne santé.

The national health policy of Burundi aims to improve the health status of the population, not only because it is a human right, but also to allow the recovery of the economy and poverty reduction in maintaining a healthy human capital.

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