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

WHO; Union of the Comoros Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Comoros 31 December 2009 Policy document health promotion, public health, strategy

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Le but de la stratégie de coopération avec le pays est d’améliorer la situation sanitaire du pays à travers un leadership technique, en collaboration avec le gouvernement et les partenaires, en renforçant la sécurité sanitaire, la couverture par les interventions sanitaires publiques de manière équitable et les capacités de gouvernance du système de santé, en vue d’un développement durable pour l’atteinte des OMD.

The aim of the cooperation strategy with the country is to improve the health situation of the country through technical leadership, in collaboration with the government and partners to enhance safety, coverage by public health interventions in an equitable manner and governance capacity of the health system, with a view to sustainable development to achieve the MDGs.


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