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Stratégie de Coopération de l'OMS avec les Pays 2009-2013 Congo (WHO's Cooperation Strategy for 2009-2013 Country Congo)

WHO; Republic of the Congo Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Congo (Republic of the) 31 December 2009 Policy document health promotion, public health, strategy

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L’agenda s’articule autour de cinq orientations stratégiques, à savoir:

a) l’amélioration de la performance des services, y compris les programmes de santé ;
b) la réduction de la charge de la morbidité et de la mortalité attribuée au paludisme, à la tuberculose, au VIH/sida et aux autres maladies transmissibles ;
c) la réduction de la mortalité maternelle et l’amélioration de la survie de l’enfant ;
d) le renforcement des capacités de préparation et de réponse aux épidémies et autres situations d’urgence;
e) le renforcement du partenariat et des mécanismes de coordination des interventions
dans le secteur.

The agenda focuses on five strategic directions, namely:

a) improving the performance of services, including health programs;
b) reducing the burden of morbidity and mortality due to malaria, tuberculosis, HIV / AIDS and other communicable diseases;
c) reducing maternal mortality and improving child survival;
d) the capacity of preparedness and response to epidemics and other emergencies;
e) strengthening partnerships and coordination mechanisms interventions


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