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Stratégie Sectorielle de Santé 2001-2015 (Sectorial Strategy for Health 2001-2015)

Ministry of Public Health; Republic of Cameroon Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Cameroon 31 December 2001 Policy document health promotion, public health, strategy

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Afin de répondre aux exigences d’une approche intégrée, la mise en oeuvre de la SSS
2001-2015 aura pour cadre de référence la matrice de cette nomenclature. A partir des types d’intervention, chaque niveau de la pyramide sanitaire dégagera dans son plan d’action, les activités correspondant à ses missions primaires.

To meet the requirements of an integrated approach, the implementation of the SSH
2001-2015 will serve as a framework of this nomenclature. From the diverse types of potential interventions, each level of the health system will generate, in its action plan, the activities corresponding to its primary missions.


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