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Reproductive, Newborn & Child Health Strategy 2011-2015

Ministry of Health & Sanitation Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Sierra Leone 1 January 2011 Policy document child and adolescent, policy

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This Reproductive, Newborn, and Child Health (RNCH) strategy 2011-2015 outlines the strategies and key activities which are required to achieve the RNCH goals and objectives by implementing cost effective, high impact interventions. This strategy document is rooted in the policy on reproductive, newborn and child health for the same time frame. In addition, the provision of adolescent/youth friendly health services , strategies to address gender based violence issues and other infectious and noninfectious diseases of the reproductive system.

It includes key activities in cross cutting areas which are required to provide an enabling environment for effective implementation

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