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Plan stratégique intégré de lutte contre les maladies non transmissibles 2014-2018 (Integrated strategic plan to fight against non-communicable diseases 2014-2018)

Ministry of Health Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Burkina Faso August 2013 Policy document

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To cope with the burden of NCDs, Burkina Faso is committed to develop a strategic plan to fight against NCDs as a result of the national policy against NCDs in March 2012.

This document is guided by the National Health Policy (NHP), the National Health Development Plan (2011-2020) and The accelerated strategy for Sustainable Development (SCADD). Its development is justified by the fact that Burkina Faso has no strategic plan to fight against NCDs and will be a reference and advocacy document.

Pour faire face au fardeau que constituent les MNT, le Burkina Faso s’est engagé à élaborer un plan stratégique de lutte contre les MNT à la suite de la politique nationale de lutte contre les MNT en mars 2012.

Ce document tire son fondement de la Politique nationale de santé (PNS), du plan national de développement sanitaire (2011-2020) et de la stratégie accélérée de croissance pour le développement durable (SCADD). Son élaboration se justifie par le fait que le Burkina Faso ne dispose pas de plan stratégique de lutte contre les MNT et va constituer un document de référence et de plaidoyer.

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