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National Health Promotion Policy 2006

Federal Ministry of Health Country Resources General Health Policies Nigeria 1 January 2006 Policy document health promotion

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The Nigerian health system is said to have been performing poorly in the recent past. To address the weakness of the health system, Nigeria is currently undergoing a process of Health sector Reform. As part of this process the Federal Ministry of Health has developed the following seven strategic thrusts.
1. Improving the stewardship role of government.
2. Strengthening the national health system and its management
3. Improving availability of health resources and their management
4. Reducing the burden of disease
5. Improving access to quality health services
6. Improving consumer’s awareness and community involvement
7. Promoting effective partnership, collaboration and coordination

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