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Strategic Plan for the National Mental Health Policy

Ministry of Health Country Resources Mental Health Strategies and Plans Rwanda June 2011 Policy document

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This strategic plan shows the results which the policy is targeting. It defines the coherent strategies to reach results expected. It explains the concrete actions which it is necessary to undertake during these 5 next years.

It is important as well to progressively obtain the means of evaluating the relevance by carrying out different actions. Obviously, in this strategic plan some indicators which will be used are included as reference mark for the continual evaluation. Then, the actors are identified and the activities are declined in time with a precise timeline.

Lastly, in this strategic plan, it is proposed an estimate budget for the facilitation of the planning and the mobilization of funds.

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