Global health e-brief ; 2008 4th qtr
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    • Alternative Title:
      Strengthening public health systems globally
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      Issue title: Strengthening public health systems globally. Welcome to the fourth quarter E-Brief, designed to inform readers about key global health activities at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Our last issue of the year focuses on the agency′s continued efforts to help strengthen health systems around the world. Unprecedented levels of funding for global health, coupled with the strong U.S. Government commitment to global health, demonstrated by major initiatives such as the President′s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and the President′s Malaria Initiative (PMI), represent tremendous opportunities to improve health systems and promote the delivery of adequate and equitable health services. CDC is committed to empowering our host country government partners to establish capacity to address their own health priorities. The current issue offers a snapshot of how CDC has shared its core expertise to help strengthen health systems and improve the world′s health.
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