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Planificacion Estrategica 2009-2013 (Strategic Planning 2009-2013)

Paraguay Ministry of Public Health and Social Wellbeing Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Paraguay December 2009 Policy document

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La Planificación Estratégica, como el cálculo “que precede y preside a la acción”, se constituye en una herramienta fundamental e inestimable para orientar el camino hacia logros significativos, es un marco de referencia direccional para modificar cursos de acción con el propósito de alcanzar determinados objetivos, mediante el uso eficiente de los medios o recursos. El Plan Estratégico actual fue construido con los actores clave de las diversas direcciones del Ministerio de Salud Pública, de modo a favorecer la motivación, el involucramiento, la interacción mutua y la conciencia de misión colectiva.

The Strategic Planning constitutes an essential tool to guide the way to significant achievements. It is a framework for directional reference to modify courses of action in order to achieve certain objectives through the efficient use of the means and resources. The current Strategic Plan was built with the collaboration of key stakeholders from the various departments of the Ministry of Public Health in order to promote motivation, involvement, mutual interaction and awareness for this collective mission.


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