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Second National Strategic Health Development Plan

Federal Government of Nigeria Country Resources General Health Strategies and Plans Nigeria 5 September 2018 Policy document health promotion, health service

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The plan seeks to ensure that the population of Nigeria has universal access to essential health care through strengthened health care systems. It is designed to be used alongside the National Health Policy 2016. It aims to reduce the incidence and impact of health emergencies, improve health outcomes through prompt and effective responses to medical emergencies and improve wellbeing through health promotion and optimised service delivery

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