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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Influenza Division international activities fiscal year 2010 annual report
  • Published Date:
    August 2011
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Influenza Division international activities fiscal year 2010 annual report
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  • Corporate Authors:
    National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases (U.S.), Influenza Division.
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    Influenza Division international overview -- WHO African Region (AFR) -- WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region (EMR) -- WHO European Region (EUR)...-- WHO Region of the Americas (AMR) -- WHO South-East Asia Region (SEAR) -- WHO Western Pacific Region (WPR) -- influenza research -- Meetings and training -- Influenza Division organization -- References

    In 2010, the Division provided funding support and technical assistance for influenza activities to 48 countries in the form of direct cooperative agreements or indirectly through our partners. Under these agreements, partner countries have made significant progress in the development of their influenza surveillance capacity and pandemic preparedness. Their collective progress is evident in the positive movement of scores captured in 2010 using the Division's National Inventory of Core Capacities for Pandemic Preparedness and Response monitoring and evaluation tool (see page 258). There is no doubt the hard work countries have put in to developing both their laboratory and epidemiologic surveillance systems and strengthening their pandemic preparedness not only enhanced their response to the 2009 influenza pandemic but has also helped to build general capacity for all emerging infectious diseases. In other achievements for 2010, China's National Influenza Center in Beijing was designated a WHO Collaborating Center for Reference and Research on Influenza. The Division has worked closely with the National Influenza Center in Beijing for over two decades and congratulates China on becoming just one of five such Centers globally. Likewise, the Division wishes to congratulate its partner countries who achieved WHO National Influenza Center status in 2010 in the following locations: Guatemala City, Guatemala; Kathmandu, Nepal; Accra, Ghana; Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam and Vientiane, Lao People's Democratic Republic.

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