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Programas de la Secretaria de Salud para la prevencion y control de las principales enfermedades de honduras (Programs of the Ministry of Health for the prevention and control of major diseases of Honduras)

Ministry of Health; Honduras Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Honduras 31 December 2012 Policy document communicable disease, non communicable disease, prevention

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El Programa Nacional de Promoción de la Salud en el marco institucional, es la instancia técnica normativa de la Secretaria de Salud, que: Sitúa, fomenta, impulsa y articula el desarrollo sostenido de la Promoción de la Salud y de su estrategia operativa de Municipios Saludables mediante la Educación para la Salud, Comunicación Estratégica en Salud, Mercadeo Básico Social y planes de Información Educación y Comunicación (IEC) mediante procesos ínter programáticos y comunitarios en apego al respeto del contexto sociocultural de la población hondureña.

The National Program for Health Promotion is the technical regulations of the Ministry of Health to: Placefosters, promotes and articulates the continued development of the Health Promotion and the Healthy Municipality operating strategy through the Education Health Strategic Health Communications, Social Marketing and plans for Basic Information Education and Communication (IEC) by inter programme processes and community commitment with respect for the sociocultural context of the Honduran population.

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