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Le Programme Régional d’Accès à la Prévention et au Soins (PRAPS)/ Regional access to health care and prevention program

Health Agency of Martinique Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Martinique 1 January 2012 Policy document inequality, prevention, public health

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Le Programme Régional d’Accès à la Prévention et au Soins (PRAPS) est un programme qui définit et organise les actions permettant aux plus démunis d’accéder au système de santé (dont prévention) et médico-social de droit commun, par des mesures spécifiques. Ces mesures, qui peuvent prendre plusieurs formes, viennent en réponses aux besoins observés dans la population concernée. Le PRAPS 2012 à 2015 s’adresse à cinq populations spécifiques :

-Les populations immigrées
-Les femmes victimes de violences
-Les prostituées de rue
-Les personnes en errance
-les jeunes de 15-25 ans, à très faibles ressources

Après une présentation générale des données socio épidémiologiques et des différentes problématiques rencontrées par ces publics, des fiches par population ont été construites et comporte notamment un plan d’actions adapté. Le pilotage et le suivi des actions seront organisés avec les différents partenaires qui ont été impliqués dans l’élaboration du PRAPS.

The Regional Access Program Prevention and Care (PRAPS) is a program that defines and organizes actions enabling those living in poverty access to health care (including prevention) and medico-social common law, through specific measure. These measures, which may take many forms, come in response to the needs observed in the population. The PRAPS 2012-2015 is for five specific populations:

-Immigrant populations
-Women who are victims of violence
-Street prostitutes
-People wandering
-Youth 15-25 years with very low incomes

After an overview of epidemiological data and various social faced by the public, records per population were constructed and shall include an appropriate action plan. The control and monitoring actions will be organized with partners who were involved in developing the PRAPS.

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