Guidelines for defining NITAG annual work plan

Guidelines
 
Multiple regions
Original Title
Guidelines for defining NITAG annual work plan
Author
SIVAC
Sources
AMP - Agence de Médecine Préventive
SIVAC Initiative
Publication Year
2013

Abstract

The purpose of this document is to make the most economical and effective use of resources, in order to ensure the development of high quality, evidence-informed recommendations Document dedicated to NITAG Executive Secretary, NITAG Members Ministry of Health.

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