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Document de strategie nationale de survie de l'enfant/National Strategie for Child Survival

Ministry of Health, Niger Country Resources Child and Youth General Health Policies, Laws, Strategies & Plans, Service Standards Niger 1 January 2008 Policy document

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L’élaboration de ce document de Stratégie Nationale de Survie de l’Enfant au Niger vient à point nommé pour nous permettre d’avoir une vision concertée et réaliste sur comment atteindre l’OMD 4 à l’horizon 2015. Le document comprend plusieurs parties dont les plus importantes sont la détermination des paquets d’intervention, des objectifs et des axes stratégiques qui nous permettront d’atteindre l’OMD 4. Il propose aussi une planification du passage à l’échelle nationale de cette stratégie pendant la période allant de 2009 à 2012, et une liste d’indicateurs clés pour le suivi des interventions.

The development of this document National Strategy for Child Survival in Niger is timely for us to have a concerted and realistic view on how to achieve MDG 4 -reduce child mortality- by 2015 The document consists of several parts the most important are the determination of the intervention packages, objectives and strategic priorities that will enable us to achieve MDG 4 It also offers planning the transition to the national scale of this strategy during the period 2009-2012, and a list of key indicators to monitor interventions.


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