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Stratégie de Coopération de l'OMS avec les Pays 2009-2013 Togo (WHO's Cooperation Strategy for 2009-2013 Country Togo)

WHO; Republic of Togo Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Togo 31 December 2009 Policy document health promotion, public health, strategy

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L’action de l’OMS en appui au développement sanitaire du Togo concernera principalement les quatre axes stratégiques suivants:

Renforcement des capacités humaines et institutionnelles du secteur de la santé
Lutte contre les maladies transmissibles et non transmissibles
Amélioration de la santé de la mère, de l’enfant et de l’adolescent
Renforcement du partenariat, de la coordination et de la mobilisation des ressources

The work of WHO in support of health development Togo mainly concern the following four strategic axes:

Building human and institutional capacity of the health sector
Fight against communicable and noncommunicable diseases
Improving the health of the mother, child and adolescent
Strengthening the partnership, coordination and resource mobilization

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