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Samoa Non-Communicable Disease Plan

Samoa Ministry of Health Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Samoa 1 January 2008 Policy document mental health care, non communicable disease

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Description

This document has been developed to define a philosophy in Samoa, which will guide the
many public and private sector individuals and organizations involved in the prevention,
treatment, management and control of illness process.

To respond to these challenges, the key result areas for this Noncommunicable Diseases
Policy are based on the key strategic goals of the Health Sector Plan 2008-2018:
1. Strengthen health promotion and primordial prevention
2. Quality health care service delivery
3. Governance, Human Resources for Health and Health System Strengthening
4. Health Financing
5. Partnership Commitment
6. Donor Participation and Harmonization

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