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Guidelines on Physical Rehabilitation Services 1392-1395 (2014 - 2017): Basic Package of Health Service (BPHS) Implementers

Republic of Afghanistan Disability and Rehabilitation Department, MoPH and The Technical Working Groups for Physical Rehabilitation Country Resources disability, Disability Strategies and Plans Afghanistan 31 December 2014 Guidelines community services, health service

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This document addresses the current state of physical rehabilitation services in the country and the steps required to meet needs in the coming years through the Basic Package of Health Services (BPHS), in a systematic manner. Issues of service delivery, human resource development and planning, appropriate technology and procurement for the country have been covered in order to assist planning and implementation of standardized and good quality physical rehabilitation services in the country.


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