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Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs Country Resources Development and Poverty Strategies Norway 31 May 2012 Report prevention, social security, women

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This white paper highlights the challenges and establishes clear priorities for a coherent Norwegian policy on global health towards 2020 with particular focus on three priority areas:

Mobilising for women’s and children’s rights and health
Reducing the burden of disease with emphasis on prevention
Promoting human security through health


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