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Pentru aprobarea Programului naţional privind controlul alcoolului pe anii 2012-2020 (Approving the National Program on alcohol control over the 2012-2020 period)

The Republic of Moldova Country Resources Substance Abuse Strategies and Plans Republic of Moldova 6 June 2012 Policy document alcohol, plan, prevention

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Programul Naţional privind controlul alcoolului pe anii 2012-2020 (în continuare – Programul) este un document de planificare strategică a politicilor publice de reducere a consumului nociv de alcool în Republica Moldova şi stabileşte obiectivele pe termen mediu ce necesită a fi realizate în vederea implementării politicii de stat în domeniul reducerii consumului de alcool şi a impactului alcoolismului asupra stării de sănătate a populaţiei.

National Programme on alcohol control for the years 2012-2020 is a strategic planning document of public policies to reduce harmful alcohol consumption in Moldova and sets medium-term objectives that need to be made ​​to implement the policy in reducing alcohol consumption, and reduce alcoholism impact on the health of the population.


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