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Health for all Afghans

Republic of Afghanistan Ministry of Public Health Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Afghanistan 31 July 2012 Policy document equality, health service, health system

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Health for All Afghans (HAA) is a holistic approach to ensure strengthening health
systems, the provision of healthcare services, building and strengthening capacity and
improving the overall health of Afghans in support of the Ministry of Public Health’s
Strategic Plan (2011-2015) and a Population Health Promotion Approach. The aim of
the HAA is to identify and address the range of constraints and gaps, and enabling
factors for ensuring a healthy population. This is accomplished through three main
Components that address the need to continue strengthening health systems and
expand health service delivery as well as recognizing the challenge of building
capacity so that the Ministry of Public Health can assume full ownership of the sector:


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