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Politique Nationale de Santé (National Policy for Health)

Ministry of Health; Republic of Togo Country Resources General Health Policies Togo 30 September 1998 Policy document health promotion, policy, public health

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La vision de la politique nationale de santé est d’assurer à toute la population le niveau de santé le plus élevé possible en mettant tout en œuvre pour développer un système de santé performant basé sur des initiatives publiques et privées, individuelles et collectives, accessible et équitable, capable de satisfaire le droit à la santé de tous en particulier les plus vulnérables.

The vision of the National Health Policy is to ensure that the entire population health level as high as possible by making every effort to develop an effective health system based on individual and collective, public and private initiatives, accessible and fair, able to fulfill the right to health for all especially the most vulnerable.

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