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Stratégie de Coopération de l'OMS avec les Pays 2009-2013 (Cooperation Strategy of the WHO with the Countries 2009-2013)

WHO; Republic of Senegal Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Senegal 31 December 2009 Policy document development, health promotion, strategy

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Les objectifs de la Stratégie de Coopération 2009-2013, qui se fondent sur les constats de l’analyse de la situation actuelle au niveau du secteur, et de la vision du PNDS 2009-2010, contribuent à :

(1) Réduire le fardeau lié à la mortalité et la morbidité notamment,
au niveau des groupes vulnérables ;
(2) Accroître les performances du secteur ;
(3) Renforcer la promotion de la santé.

The objectives of the Cooperation Strategy 2009-2013, which are based on the findings of the analysis of the current situation in the sector, and the vision of the PNDS 2009-2010, contribute to:

(1) Reducing the burden of mortality and morbidity in particular,
at vulnerable groups;
(2) To increase the performance of the sector;
(3) Strengthen health promotion.


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