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السياسة الصحية الوطنية العراقية 2014-2023 (Iraq National Health Policy)

Iraq, Ministry of Health Country Resources General Health Policies Iraq Policy document

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لقد تم تطوير السياسة الصحية الوطنية من قبل وزارة الصحة وبالتعاون مع لجنة الصحة والبيئة في البرلمان العراقي ومجالس المحافظات ووزارات (التعليم العالي ، المالية ، التخطيط ، وزارة صحة اقليم كوردستان) ومنظمة الصحة العالمية والنقابات ذات العلاقة وان انشاء نظام صحي وطني عادل وشامل يتطلب الالتزام المستمر بهذه السياسة من قبل من جميع اصحاب الشأن (ذوي العلاقة) من الشركاء من اجل تركيز جهودهم وتحقيق مفهوم التازر في الاستثمار الامثل للموارد المتاحة في تقديم خدمات الرعاية الصحية وتحقيق اقصى حد من الكفاءة والفاعلية في استجابة النظام لتلبية الحاجات الصحية للفرد والمجتمع العراقي.

The national health policy by the Ministry of Health, in collaboration with the Health and Environment Committee in the Iraqi parliament and provincial councils, ministries of development (Higher Education, Finance, Planning, Ministry of the Kurdistan Regional Health), the World Health Organization, relevant trade unions. This plan aims to establish a national health system that a fair and comprehensive. This plan requires a continued commitment by all stakeholders (stakeholders) of partners in order to focus their efforts and achieve the concept of synergy and optimising the use of available resources in the provision of health care services and to achieve maximum efficiency and effectiveness in the system response in order to meet the health needs of the individuals and the Iraqi society.


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