Centers for Disease Control and Prevention global health equity strategy 2022-2027
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Centers for Disease Control and Prevention global health equity strategy 2022-2027

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      On April 20, 2021, CDC launched an agency-wide health equity science and intervention strategy to holistically reimagine how the agency approaches health equity. CDC commits to: Cultivate comprehensive health equity science, Optimize interventions, Reinforce and expand robust partnerships, and Enhance capacity and workforce engagement (also known as CORE commitments). CDC Director, Dr. Rochelle Walensky, states, “As America’s public health agency and as a leader of public health globally, CDC is reaffirming our commitment to health for all.”

      Five pillars guide CDC’s global public health work across the agency: scientific expertise, diverse partnerships, innovation, sustainability, and health equity. CDC works to eliminate health disparities and achieve optimum health through all these pillars, and more specifically by addressing health equity to reach those in greatest need through global programs, research, tools and resources, and leadership.

      Under CORE, the agency-wide health equity vision is that CDC is a trusted and proven public health leader in advancing health equity. The aim, according to Dr. Leandris Liburd, Director of CDC’s Office of Minority Health and Health Equity, is to “integrate health equity into the very fabric of all we do as the nation’s leading health agency.”

      CS331428A August 18, 2022

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