Global alcohol action plan 2022-2030. A summary for international partners, civil society organizations and academia in the Americas
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The World Health Organization Global Alcohol Action Plan 2022–2030 was endorsed by the Seventy-fifth World Health Assembly in May 2022 to effectively implement the global strategy to reduce the harmful use of alcohol as a public health priority. For each area, actions are proposed to different types of stakeholders. This factsheet presents a summary of the proposed measures for international partners, civil society organizations and academia in the Americas.
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