Cook Islands Road Safety Strategy 2016

The Cook Islands Road Safety 2016-2020 is a five-year plan outlining the road safety priorities and key activities that the road safety community will undertake in order to establish safer road systems in the Cook Islands.

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Description: The Cook Islands Road Safety 2016-2020 is a five-year plan outlining the road safety priorities and key activities that the road safety community will undertake in order to establish safer road systems in the Cook Islands. With strong Government and community support, this will set the Cook Islands on a path towards safer road systems, and a sustainable
social, cultural and economic future.

Goals:

Zero road incident/crash-related deaths

A 50% reduction in the number of serious injuries by 2020

Long-term outcome: Reduced social and economic burden of road incidents/crashes/crash-related injuries leading to premature deaths and disability

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Official information request policy

This policy provides the process to requests for official information from a member of the community. The process is designed to guide and assist Te Marae Ora (TMO) to respond to an official information request on any information relating to the role and functions of Te Marae Ora Ministry of Health Cook Islands.

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Food and Nutrition policy for Cook Islands

This document aims to provide environments and settings that support and encourage a healthy diet, in all
population sub-groups and to prevent further increases in overweight and obesity.

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Alcohol policy for Cook Islands

This document aims to create systems and environments that prevent the harmful use of alcohol and the subsequent impacts on health and safety, social harmony, and productivity; and to reduce the related burden on healthcare systems and law enforcement.