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Plan strategique integre de lutte contre les maladies non transmissibles 2014-2018 (Integrated strategic plan to fight against noncommunicable diseases 2014-2018)

Ministry of Health Government of Benin Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Benin 1 January 2014 Policy document health promotion, health service, non communicable disease

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Le plan strategique integre de lutte contre les MNT se veut un cadre formel de reference des activites a mener de 2014 a 2018 pour la prevention des MNT en vue de garantir un acces equitable aux soins. Il traduit la volonte de l'Etat beninois de concretiser ses engagements pris lors de la declaration politique de la reunion de l'Assemblee General de la Sante sur la prevention et la maitrise des MNT en septembre 2011.

The integrated strategic plan to fight against NCDs is intented to be a formal framework of the activities to be lead from 2014 to 2018 for the prevention of NCDs to ensure equitable access to care. It reflects the will of the State of Benin to realize its commitments in the political declaration of the meeting of the General Assembly of Health on the prevention and control of NCDs in September 2011.


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