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Plan Plurianual de Salud (Multi-year Health Plan)

Ministry of Health; Nicaragua Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Nicaragua June 2011 Policy document child and adolescent, health promotion

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El Plan Plurianual de Salud 2011-2015 (PPS 11-15) surge como una continuidad de los objetivos, lineamientos y acciones estratégicos, contenidos inicialmente en el Plan Económico Financiero 2007-2010 (PEF 2007-2010) y luego perfeccionados y ampliados en el Plan Nacional de Desarrollo Humano 2008-2012. El Plan Plurianual de Salud 2011 – 2015 (PPS 11-15) contempla además los lineamientos de la Política Nacional de Salud 2007-2012 y toma en cuenta las estrategias y acciones derivadas tanto del Sistema Nacional para el Bienestar Social, como de programas específicos como el AMOR a los más chiquitos y chiquitas.

The Multi-Year Health Plan 2011-2015 (PPS 11-15) arises as a continuation of the objectives, guidelines and strategic actions, initially contained in the Finance Plan 2007-2010 (PEF 2007-2010) and then refined and expanded in the National Human Development Plan 2008-2012. The Multi-Year Health Plan 2011 - 2015 (PPS 11-15) also includes the guidelines of the National Health Policy 2007-2012 and takes into account the strategies and actions derived from both the National System for Social Welfare, and specific programs such as LOVE the little boys and little girls.

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