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Evidence-based policy making for health promotion to reduce the burden of non-communicable diseases in Moldova
The Ministry of Health, Labour and Social Protection in collaboration with the newly created National Agency for Public Health held a conference on the Moldovan National Day of Health. National and international experts provided recommendations on implementing behaviour change interventions to contribute to improving the health outcomes of the Moldovan population.
The World Health Organization Regional Office for Africa, in collaboration with the Government of Cabo Verde, convened the second Africa Health Forum in Praia, Cabo Verde on 26–28 March 2019, under the theme Achieving Universal Health Coverage and Health Security: The Africa We Want to See. Read reflections from the forum here.
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