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

WHO; Equatorial Guinea Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Equatorial Guinea 31 December 2009 Legislation/regulation health promotion, public health, strategy

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Au niveau mondial, l’OMS a défini dans son plan stratégique à moyen terme 2008-2013 pour atteindre les résultats escomptés, à savoir: le développement et la sécurité sanitaires, les systèmes et les données probantes, les partenariats et la performance, 13 objectifs stratégiques dont 11 sont à la base du programme de coopération entre l’OMS et la Guinée équatoriale.

At the global level, WHO has defined in its medium-term strategic plan 2008-2013 to achieve the desired results, namely the development and health security, systems and evidence, partnerships and performance, 13 goals, 11 of which are strategic to the core program of cooperation between WHO and Equatorial Guinea.

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