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Politique et Plan Stratégique Intégré de lutte contre les maladies non transmissbles (PSIMNT) 2012-2015/Integrated Strategic Plan for Non Communicable Diseases

Government of Togo Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Togo 1 June 2012 Policy document non communicable disease, public health

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La politique nationale de lutte contre les MNT vise la réduction de la charge des maladies non transmissibles et l’amélioration de la qualité de vie des populations togolaises. Elle est axée autour des interventions prioritaires de prévention et contrôle des MNT comme : (i) l’élaboration des politiques, des lois et règlements visant à réduire les facteurs de risque des principales
MNT, (ii) l’amélioration du niveau de connaissance de la population sur les moyens de prévention des principales MNT, (iii) la promotion de la détection précoce et (iv) l’amélioration de la prise en charge des cas, (v) le renforcement de la surveillance épidémiologique et (vi) la promotion de la recherche opérationnelle.

The national policy to fight against NCDs aims to reduce the burden of non-communicable diseases and improving the quality of life of the Togolese people. It focuses on priority interventions for prevention and control of NCDs such as: (i) the development of policies, laws and regulations to reduce the risk factors for major NCDs, (ii) improving the level of knowledge of the population on how to prevent major NCDs, (iii) promoting early detection and (iv) improving the management of cases, (v ) strengthening epidemiological surveillance and (vi) promotion of operational research.


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