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Nationales Programm Alkohol 2008-2012; Programme National Alcool 2008 – 2012 (PNA) (Alcohol National Programme 2008-2012)

Federal Bureau of Health; Department of the Interior Government of Switzerland Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Switzerland 1 January 2008 Policy document alcohol, mental health promotion, prevention

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Das Nationale Programm Alkohol (NPA) setzt sich zum Ziel, die Kompetenzen der Menschen im Umgang mit Alkohol zu stärken und den Alkoholmissbrauch durch geeignete Maßnahmen einzudämmen.

Le Programme national Alcool (PNA) vise à renforcer les compétences des personnes vis a vis de l'exposition à l'alcool et à réduire l'abus de l'alcool par des mesures appropriées.

Questo programma descrive la vision, gli obiettivi, gliorientamenti strategici della futura politica sull’alcol e le aree di intervento per i prossimi anni. Per la prima volta la politica svizzera sull’alcol dispone di un elenco di obiettivi e di una strategia elaborati su una base
comune e sostenuti da tutti gli attori interessati.

The National Program Alcohol aims to strengthen peoples’ competences in exposure to alcohol and to reduce alcohol abuse with appropriate actions.


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