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

WHO Central African Republic Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Central African Republic 31 December 2009 Policy document health promotion, public health, strategy

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L’objectif général de la coopération de l’OMS avec la République centrafricaine est d’appuyer ce pays à apporter les réponses adéquates aux multiples problèmes de santé auxquels la population est confrontée. Pour y parvenir, le soutien de l’institution se fait de manière multiforme.

The overall objective of the WHO cooperation with the Central African Republic to support the country to provide adequate answers to the many health problems the population faces. To achieve this, the support of the institution is so multifaceted.

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