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Africa Health Strategy: 2007–2015

Author: African Union
Organisation: African Union
Publish Date: 2007
Country: Africa
Sector: Health
Method: Expert panels
Theme: Strategic Thinking
Type: Conference Proceedings
Language: English
Tags: Health, Strategy, Africa

Africa has made significant strides in certain areas of social and economic development but has the potential to achieve even more if it can overcome the large burden of disease which continues to be a barrier to faster development. This ever increasing disease burden, despite good plans and strategies, is cause for concern to the policy makers. This has prompted the African Union Ministers of Health to harmonize all the existing health strategies by drawing this Africa Health Strategy which Regional Economic Communities (RECs) and other regional entities and Member States can use to enrich their strategies, depending on their peculiar challenges. The Strategy neither competes with nor negates other health strategies but seeks to complement other specific and detailed strategies by adding value from the unique perspective of the African Union. It provides a strategic direction to Africa’s efforts in creating better health for all.
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