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Strategic Plan for the Ministry of Public Health 2011-2015

Republic of Afghanistan Ministry of Public Health Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Afghanistan 31 December 2011 Policy document equality, health promotion, quality care

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The Aim of the strategy is to;

- Improve the nutritional status of the Afghan population
- Strengthen human resource management and development
- Increase equitable access to quality health services
- Strengthen the stewardship role of MoPH and governance in the health sector
- Improve health financing
- Enhance evidence-based decision making by establishing a culture that uses data for improvement
- Support regulation and standardization of the private sector to provide quality health services
- Support health promotion and community empowerment
- Advocate for and promote healthy environments
- Create an enabling environment for the production and availability of quality pharmaceuticals.

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