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Intersectoral Action on Health: A Path for Policy-makers to Implement Effective and Sustainable...
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The World Health Organization's "Intersectoral Action on Health: A Path for Policy-makers to Implement Effective and Sustainable Action on Health" is a guide that policymakers can use to promote intersectoral health initiatives in their jurisdictions. The guide discusses about two overall strategies for intersectoral health, including health in all policies, and provides real-examples of multi-sector health initiatives.
Environmental Health in All Policies (HiAP)
Environmental Health, Health Equity, Health Impact Assessment (HIA), Social Justice, Strategic Planning, Vulnerable Populations
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