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Non Communicable Diseases Policy 2015

Ministry of Health Rwanda Country Resources General Health Policies Rwanda March 2015 Policy document non communicable disease, policy

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This policy provides an orientation that fosters the following main objectives:

(1) to create health promoting environments and to promote community actions to reduce
exposure to modifiable NCD risk factors and injuries,
(2) to strengthen and mainstream NCDs prevention, diagnosis, care and treatment and
rehabilitation programs within the national health systems, and
(3) to document national trends and determinants of NCDs through M&E system and research
for evidence-based interventions.


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