The Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) today unveiled the “Multi-sectoral Action Plan for Prevention and Control of Non-Communicable Diseases 2021-2025” approved by the decision of the Council of Ministers of the Government of Nepal dated 2078/10/24.
NCD MSAP (2021-2025).
Non-communicable disease free healthy and productive citizen.
Raising the living standard of Nepalese by reducing death from NCDs through the prevention and control of non-communicable diseases.
To reduce the burden of non-communicable diseases by adopting the policy of “Health in all policies”.
- To reduce the risk factors of non-communicable diseases and inherent in different areas and address the existing social determinants.
- To strengthen the ‘People-friendly health system’ for effective prevention and control of non-communicable diseases.
- To establish surveillance, monitoring & evaluation system for evidence-based policies and programs.
To prevent and control of the NCDs following are the key strategic priorities;
- Political commitment, Leadership/Governance, lobbying and partnership
- Health promotion and risk reduction, lifestyle modification
- Strengthening the health systems and delivery of basic health care services for NCDs
- Progress track, monitoring & evaluation and implementation research
Read more: Download NCD MSAP
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