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Plan de Développement Secteur Santé 2007-2011 (Health Sector Development Plan 2007-2011)

Ministry of Health, Family Planning and Social Protection; Republic of Madagascar Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Madagascar 31 December 2007 Policy document health promotion, plan, public health

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Le Madagascar met en œuvre des programmes et des stratégies de développement pour atteindre des objectifs à long terme, définis sur le plan national et international. L’élaboration de ce document relatif au secteur santé tient compte de ces différents objectifs. En effet, le plan de développement du secteur santé assure la mise en œuvre des stratégies relatives à l’atteinte des objectifs du millénaire pour le développement, le Madagascar Action Plan et la Politique Nationale de Santé.

Madagascar implements programs and development strategies to achieve long-term objectives, as defined on the national and international level. The preparation of this document relevant to the health sector reflects these objectives. Indeed, the development plan of the health sector provides implementation strategies for achieving the Millennium Development, the Madagascar Action Plan and the National Health Policy.

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