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The STOP Program at CDC : stop transmission of polio
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    Center for Global Health (U.S.). Global Immunization Division.
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    What is the STOP Program? -- STOP Program: past and present -- STOP participants in the field -- Life after STOP -- 15 Years of the STOP Program (1999 – 2014).

    Founded in 1999, the STOP Program—a partnership between CDC, WHO, UNICEF, and Rotary International—is a global effort to recruit, train, and deploy public health professionals from around the world for 5 1⁄2 month assignments to strengthen local polio eradication and immunization programs.

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