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Política Nacional de Salud 2015-2030 (National Health Policy 2015-2030)

Ministerio de Salud Pública y Bienestar Social Country Resources General Health Policies Paraguay 25 August 2015 Policy document health promotion, policy, public health

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Política Nacional de Salud es un conjunto de enunciados que oreintan el rumbo de las determinaciones y acciones que el Estado esta decidio a realizar en el period 2015-2030, para garantizar el ejercicio pleno del derecho a a la salud de todos los habitants del Paraguay.
El objetivo fundamental de la Política Nacional de Salud del Paraguay es avanzar hacia el acceso universal a la salud y lograr la cobertura universal de salud al mayor nivel possible, para reducir las inequidades en salud y mejorar la calidad de vida de poblacion en el marco de un desarrollo humano sostensible.

The National Health Policy lays out the course for the actions that the State has decided to perform in the period 2015-2030, in order to ensure the full exercise of the right of health for all the inhabitants of Paraguay. The main objective of the National Health Policy of Paraguay is moving towards universal access to health and to achieve universal coverage of health to the highest level possible, to reduce inequities in health and improve the quality of life of people in the context of sustainable human development.


Política Nacional de Salud
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