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Plan de Accion 2008-2012 Para la Prevencion y el Control Integral de las Enfermedades Cronicas y sus Factores de Riesgo (2008-2012 Action Plan for the Prevention and Integral Control of Chronic Diseases and Risk Factors)

Guatemala Ministry of Public Health and Social Assistance Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Guatemala 2008 Policy document health promotion, non communicable disease, prevention, public health

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El presente plan tiene cuatro líneas de acción, propuestas en la Estrategia Regional y Plan de Acción para un Enfoque Integrado sobre la Prevención y el Control de las enfermedades Crónicas. De la OPS. En el cual se da prioridad a la abogacía así como a la promoción y formulación de políticas públicas, la Vigilancia , para fortalecer la capacidad de realizar una mejor vigilancia de las Enfermedades crónicas y sus factores de riesgo.

This plan has four lines of action proposed in the Regional Strategy and Plan of Action on an Integrated Prevention and Control of Chronic Diseases. PAHO. Priority is given to advocacy and the promotion of public policy, as well as to the monitoring in order to strengthen the capacity for better surveillance of chronic diseases and their risk factors.

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