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National Health Development Plan 2011-2015

Ministry of Public Health and Fighting AIDS; Republic of Burundi Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Burundi 31 December 2011 Policy document health promotion, plan, public health

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Priorities selected for the period of 2011-2015 are:

1. Improvement of mother and child health;
2. Fighting communicable and non-communicable diseases;
3. Strengthening the fight against HIV/AIDS through a multi-sector approach;
4. Strengthening actions to fight malnutrition;
5. Increasing demand for health care;
6. Reinforcement of the vaccination system
7. Strengthening and perpetuating performance-based financing related to free care.


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