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National Health Plan for South Africa, 1994

African National Congress , Johannesbourg, South Africa Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans South Africa May 1994 Policy document education, health promotion, inequality, prevention

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National Health Plan for South Africa, 1994

This document aims to reduce inequalities and promote health through prevention and education. It embodies the concept of community development, and is based on full community participation in planning, provision, control and monitoring of services. In the National Health Plan for South Africa, the Primary Health Care approach is the underlying philosophy for the restructuring of the health system.

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