CDC global health strategy (2012-2015) : 2012 annual progress report
Published Date:February 2014
Corporate Authors:Center for Global Health (U.S.)
Description:GOAL 1. HEALTH IMPACT: Improve the Health and Wellbeing of People around the World -- GOAL 2. HEALTH SECURITY: Improve Capabilities to Prepare and Respond to Infectious Diseases, other Emerging Health Threats and Public Health Emergencies -- GOAL 3. HEALTH CAPACITY: Build Country Public Health Capacity -- GOAL 4. ORGANIZATIONAL CAPACITY: Maximize Potential of CDC’s Global Programs to Achieve Impact.
The vision of CDC’s global heath strategy is a world where people live healthier, safer, and longer lives through science, policy, partnership, and evidence-based public health action. CDC’s Global Health Strategy was released in 2012, and includes four goals to be achieved between 2012 and 2015: improved health impact, enhanced global health security, increased country public health capacity, and maximized organizational capability.
CDC’s Global Health Strategy outlines the agency’s approach to achieving its global health vision. The 2012 Annual Report demonstrates how the Strategy has been integrated into CDC’s global health planning and decision-making, as well as into the implementation and evaluation of CDC’s global health activities. In addition, the Annual Report demonstrates how CDC has worked across the agency, as well as with its partners across the U.S. Government, international organizations, MOHs, civil society groups and partner countries as CDC continues to achieve lasting impact in global health.
The highlights below, though not an exhaustive list, effectively illustrate the breadth and depth of CDC’s global health accomplishments in 2012 in the areas of health impact, health security, health capacity, and organizational capacity.
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