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Plan Estratégico Nacional para la Salud Integral de Adolescentes, 2010-2015 (National Strategic Plan for Comprehensive Adolescent Health 2010–2015)

Ministerio de Salud Pública y Asistencia Social Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Dominican Republic Policy document child and adolescent, plan

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El Plan Estratégico Nacional de Salud Integral de Adolescentes (PEN-SIA, 2010-2015), busca mejorar la salud de una de las mayores cohortes de población joven en la República Dominicana y responder al contexto cambiante que esta enfrenta: transición demográfica, globalización, cambios ambientales y nuevas tecnologías de comunicación. Este Plan responde a los lineamientos del Plan Decenal de Salud y representa un instrumento fundamental para dar direccionalidad al desarrollo de la salud integral de adolescentes en la República Dominicana.

The National Strategic Plan for Comprehensive Adolescent Health ( PEN- SIA, 2010-2015) aims to improve the health of one of the largest cohorts of young people in the Dominican Republic and respond the changing context that they face: demographic transition, globalization, environamental changes and new communication technologies. This plan follows the guidelines of the Ten-Year Health Plan and represents an fundamental instrument to give direction to the development of comprehensive health for the adolescents in the Dominican Republic.


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