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Sri Lanka National Migration Health Policy

Ministry of Health; Democratic Socialist Republic of Sri Lanka Country Resources General Health Policies Sri Lanka 31 December 2013 Policy document equality, health service, policy

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The Sri Lanka National Migration Health Policy aims to engage all relevant sectors and agencies that are responsible to ensure the health of migrants throughout the migration cycle. Sri Lanka has recognized that out bound, internal and in bound migrants and the families left behind by out bound migrants as the key groups considered in this policy.

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