Key population interventions cardiovascular diseases: Measures will be undertaken to transform the behavior of the population with respect to CVD risk factors with an emphasis on smoking, alcohol consumption and unhealthy diet. b) proper detection, registration and management of patients with hypertension and acute coronary syndrome at the level of primary health care; c) detection and treatment of diabetes at the level of primary health care as one of the risk factors for cardiovascular diseases; development of inter-sectoral cooperation to reduce the abuse of alcohol as well as changes in behavior with respect to unhealthy diet (reduced intake of food with high content of salt and saturated fat).
Key population interventions maternal and newborn health: Improving the awareness of women and their families about the prevention of anemia, maternal nutrition, danger signs during pregnancy. The involvement of civil society (nonprofit organizations) and the media should be the key mechanisms for achieving this objective. Strategies: a) antenatal care for timely diagnosis of anemia and prescription of iron containing drugs and folic acid, early detection of hypertensive disorders and timely referral to the delivery, prevention of HIV transmission from mother to child; provision of postpartum family planning counseling, advice on breastfeeding and newborn danger signs.
Key population interventions child health: Core services for the population should be aimed at informing the public about the health of children under 5 years (exclusive breastfeeding, immunization, child nutrition, danger signs and symptoms of diseases in children under 5 years in which to address the health care provider, etc.). The involvement of civil society and population to improve public awareness of the standard package of recommended preventive services for children under 5 years, which includes an assessment of development, immunization, routine micronutrient fortification of food (mixture "Gulazyk"), diagnosis and treatment of anemia. Information support and maintenance of social mobilization for conducting a week of breastfeeding.
Strengthening inter-sectoral approach to public health
3. Implementation of the strategy to promote the principles of a healthy lifestyle, with the active involvement of the education sector (programs "Healthy schools", "Healthy lyceums", etc.)
4. Further development of inter-sectoral cooperation in matters of micronutrient enrichment of food products (flour fortification, iodized salt, etc.).