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Programme National de Lutte contre les Maladies Non Transmissibles (National Program to fight against NCDs)

National Directorate for Health Protection, Ministry of Health; Government of Benin Country Resources Benin 1 December 2008 Policy document non communicable disease

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La politique nationale de lutte contre les maladies non transmissibles vient préciser le cadre dans lequel les initiatives de lutte doivent se mener pour contribuer à la réalisation de l’objectif mondial d’une réduction de 2% de la mortalité due aux maladies non transmissibles dans les dix prochaines années.

Elle contient une analyse des dysfonctionnements du système de santé et tient compte des valeurs de la promotion de la santé pour proposer les objectifs et les mesures à prendre pour une lutte conséquente contre les MNT. Enfin, elle détermine les principes et stratégies et permet la mise en place des systèmes et structures nécessaires pour une lutte efficace contre les MNT.

The National Policy to fight against noncommunicable diseases clarifies the framework for initiatives that should be taken to contribute to the achievement of the global goal of a 2% reduction in mortality due to noncommunicable diseases in the next ten years.

It contains an analysis of the failures of the health system and reflects the values ​​of health promotion to propose objectives and measures for a consistent struggle against NCDs. Finally, it determines the principles and strategies and allows the establishment of systems and structures necessary for an effective fight against NCDs.


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