Road Map for the Plan of Action on Health in All Policies
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[Overview]. The present document summarizes the key recommendations from this group of experts and highlights important considerations for implementing the Plan of Action. These recommendations are followed by a concise outline of concrete actions that should be taken in the Region, the expected time frame for action, and identification of the entities responsible for ensuring that the actions are carried out. The outline follows the format laid out in the Plan of Action on Health in All Policies, based on the six strategic lines of action and their specific objectives, with approved indicators for monitoring and evaluation.
Hoja de Ruta para el Plan de Acción sobre la Salud en Todas las Políticas
Category of PAHO Strategic Plan 2014-2019
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