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Auteur(s) : France. Direction générale de la mondialisation, de la culture, de l'enseignement et du développement international  Voir les notices liées en tant qu'auteur

Titre(s) : France's strategy for global health [Texte imprimé] / French Ministry for Europe and foreign affairs, Directorate-general for global affairs, culture, education and international development

Édition : [English ed.]

Publication : [Paris] : French Ministry for Europe and foreign affairs, Directorate-general for global affairs, culture, education and international development, 2017

Impression : 93-La Courneuve : Impr. Service de reprographie du MEAE

Description matérielle : 1 vol. (31 p.) ; 30 cm

Collection : Strategy report

Lien à la collection : Rapport de stratégie 

Note(s) : Notice réd. d'après la couv.

Numéros : (Br.)

Notice n° :  FRBNF45530242

Résumé : Health is both a condition and a tool for human and economic development. Diseases, whether known, emerging or re-emerging, health security, research, innovations and the growing role of the health industry in the global economy make health a major concern. This is why France has made health an important part of its international action. France stands out because of its commitment to the fight against HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria as well as by championing maternal and child health. It is also renowned for its appealing university hospital model, the excellence of its expertise, its driving role in developing health innovations and promoting universal health coverage. To meet the new global public health challenges and adapt to the changing environment and international frameworks, especially following the adoption of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development in September 2015, France is now publishing its Strategy for g, which lays out a framework and a cross-cutting approach to health challenges. France's action is based on the guiding principles of rights and universal health, notably by fighting inequality, encouraging country ownership and advocating France's appeal and influence, especially in health training, research and innovation. After consulting with French health, research and development stakeholders, this strategy aims to channel efforts towards a shared ambition and four priorities: strengthening health systems while fighting diseases; strengthening international health security; promoting public health for all; and promoting French expertise, training, research and innovation. [source éditeur]

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