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Plan National de Développement Sanitaire recadré pour la période 2019-2022 : Vers la couverture sanitaire universelle (Cropped National Health Development Plan for the 2019-2022 period: Towards universal health coverage_

Democratic Republic of the Congo Ministry of Public Health Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Democratic Republic of the Congo 1 September 2018 Policy document health promotion, health system

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Le Gouvernement de la République Démocratique du Congo (RDC) dispose depuis 2001 d’une Politique Nationale de Santé (PNS) fondée sur les soins de santé primaires (SSP) et qui réaffirme la zone de santé comme unité de leur opérationnalisation. Mais le constat sur terrain était fait, déjà à cette époque, que le secteur de santé de la RDC souffrait d’innombrables problèmes de nature systémique. En réponse à la nature et l’ampleur des problèmes identifiés, le Ministère de la Santé Publique (MSP) et ses partenaires avaient élaboré en 2006 la Stratégie de Renforcement du Système de Santé (SRSS) qui a été révisée en 2010. Pour sa mise en œuvre, la SRSS est déclinée en des plans quinquennaux successifs. Le premier Plan National de Développement Sanitaire(PNDS) a couvert la période de 2011-2015 et le deuxième PNDS a été élaboré pour couvrir la période de 2016-2020.
Eu égard à tout ce qui précède et que profitant du processus d’actualisation du Plan National Stratégique de Développement (PNSD) qui couvre la période de 2018-2022, le Ministère de la Santé Publique a initié le recadrage du PNDS 2016-2020 pour le mettre en phase avec le PNSD et renforcer la prise en charge des problèmes prioritaires avec les ressources disponibles et celles à mobiliser.

The Government of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) has had a National Health Policy (PNS) since 2001 based on primary health care (PHC) and which reaffirms the health zone as a unit for their operationalization. But the observation on the ground was made, already at that time, that the DRC health sector suffered from innumerable problems of a systemic nature. In response to the nature and extent of the problems identified, the Ministry of Public Health (MSP) and its partners had drawn up in 2006 the Health System Strengthening Strategy (SRSS) which was revised in 2010. For its implementation implemented, the SRSS is broken down into successive five-year plans. The first National Health Development Plan (PNDS) covered the period from 2011-2015 and the second PNDS was drawn up to cover the period from 2016-2020.
In view of all the above and taking advantage of the process of updating the National Strategic Development Plan (PNSD) which covers the period from 2018-2022, the Ministry of Public Health initiated the reframing of the 2016-2020 PNDS for the align with the PNSD and strengthen the management of priority problems with the resources available and those to be mobilized.

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