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Politique Nationale de Sante et d'Action Sociale 2006/2015 (National Policy for Health and Social Action)

Islamic Republic of Mauritania Ministere de la Sante et des Affaires Sociales (Ministry for Health and Social Affairs) Country Resources General Health Policies Mauritania 30 November 2005 Policy document communicable disease, non communicable disease, public health

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Policy document outlining the health situation in Mauritania, the problems in respect to health that the country is faced with and formulates strategies to address them.


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