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Politica Nationala de Sanatate a Republicii Moldova 2007-2021 (National Health Policy Republic of Moldova 2007-2021)

Ministry of Health; Republic of Moldova Country Resources General Health Policies Republic of Moldova 2007 Policy document communicable disease, health promotion, health system, mental health promotion, non communicable disease, prevention

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Politica Naţională de Sănătate reprezintă un ansamblu de priorităţi şi direcţii de dezvoltare în domeniul sănătăţii, stabilite prin decizie politică, pe termen de 15 ani, în scopul fortifi cării sănătăţii populaţiei şi reducerii inechităţilor dintre diferitele grupuri sociale şi regiuni ale ţării. Scopul Politicii Naţionale de Sănătate constă în crearea condiţiilor optime pentru realizarea maximă a potenţialului de sănătate al fi ecărui individ pe parcursul întregii vieţi şi atingerea unor standarde adecvate de calitate a vieţii populaţiei.
Obiectivele generale ale Politicii Naţionale de Sănătate sînt:
- majorarea speranţei de viaţă la naştere şi sporirea duratei de viaţă sănătoasă;
- asigurarea calităţii vieţii şi reducerea diferenţelor în termeni de sănătate pentru toate grupurile sociale;
- consolidarea parteneriatului intersectorial vizînd fortifi carea sănătăţii populaţiei;
- sporirea responsabilităţii individului pentru propria sănătate.

The National Health Policy represents a set of priorities and lines of development in the health sphere, established by political will, for a term of 15 years, in order to strengthen the population’s health and reduce the inequalities between different social groups and regions in the country. The goal of the National Health Policy lies in the creation of optimal prerequisites for the maximum realization of the health potential of every individual throughout the entire life and attainment of adequate life quality standards of the population.
The general objectives of the National Health Policy are as follows:
- increase in life expectancy at birth and lengthening the healthy life;
- ensuring life quality and diminishing the differences in terms of health for all social groups;
- strengthening the intersector partnership in order to improve the population’s health;
- increase in the individual’s responsibility for one’s own health.

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