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Kenya Mental Health Policy 2015-2030

Ministry of Health Country Resources Mental Health Policies Kenya June 2015 Policy document

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The Kenya Health Policy, 2015 – 2030 gives directions to ensure significant reduction in the overall ill health in Kenya in line with the country’s Vision 2030 and the Kenya Constitution, 2010. This is a sector commitment under government stewardship in ensuring the Country attains the highest possible standards of health, in a manner responsive to the population needs. It focuses on ensuring equity, people centeredness and participatory approach, efficiency, multi-sectoral approach and social accountability in delivery of health care services. The Kenya Mental Health Policy 2015-2030 provides for a framework on interventions for securing mental health systems reforms in Kenya.

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