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Reflexiones Motivadoras Sobre Potencialidades Integradoras De La Salud, Medio Ambiente Y Sostenibilidad En Trinidad

  • Julio E. Pérez Cruz
  • Raimundo Fernández Abril
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    Esta actividad gubernamental es social e interdisciplinaria. En 1995 se inician trasformaciones socio económicas, se perfecciona el sistema nacional de salud. Se elaboran nuevas estrategias, se destaca el movimiento de municipios por la salud donde se integran potencialidades comunitarias para promover la salud con cooperación intersectorial y extrasectorial. A partir de estas reflexiones, se propone recomendar componentes que constituyen potencialidades aun no explotadas en las estrategias municipales trazadas, a pesar de las premisas creadas por el propio proceso revolucionario y con ello motivar a las autoridades sanitarias sobre la necesidad de reconocer y actuar en función de las relaciones de la salud, el medio ambiente y el desarrollo sostenible en la comunidad trinitaria.

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    Article provided by Grupo (Universidad de Málaga) in its journal Observatorio Iberoamericano del Desarrollo Local y la Economía Social.

    Volume (Year): (2011)
    Issue (Month): 10 (June)

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