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Постановление Президента Республики Узбекистан О государственной программе по дальнейшему укреплению репродуктивного здоровья населения, охране здоровья матерей, детей и подростков в Узбекистане на период 2014 — 2018 годы (Decree of the President of Uzbekistan On state program to further strengthen reproductive health, maternal, child and adolescent healthcare in Uzbekistan for 2014 - 2018)

Government of Uzbekistan Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Uzbekistan 1 August 2014 Legislation/regulation

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Во исполнение Государственной программы «Год здорового ребенка» и в целях дальнейшего усиления и повышения эффективности проводимой в стране на постоянной основе работы по развитию и укреплению системы родовспоможения, охране здоровья матери и ребенка, усиления роли и ответственности системы здравоохранения за формирование здорового подрастающего поколения данное постановление было принято.

Pursuant to the State program "Year of a healthy child" and to further strengthen and improve the efficiency of the country's ongoing work on the development and strengthening of obstetrics, maternal and child health, strengthening the role and responsibilities of the health care system for the formation of a healthy younger generation the current decree was adopted.


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