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DGMQ’s Asia field program in Thailand
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    June 2013

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    Division of Global Migration and Quarantine’s Asia field program in Thailand ; Thailand fact sheet ;
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    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has collaborated with the Thailand Ministry of Public Health (MoPH) for over 30 years. This collaboration has led to new prevention and control strategies that have had significant global public health impacts, especially in the areas of HIV, influenza, tuberculosis, and emerging infectious diseases. As the newest member of this collaboration, the Immigrant, Refugee, and Migrant Health (IRMH) Branch, part of CDC’s Division of Global Migration and Quarantine (DGMQ), conducts surveillance activities, responds to disease outbreaks, strengthens international partnerships, and conducts local outreach and health education activities through its Asia Field Program. Two of its primary activities center on the Mae Sot Processing Center and the Mae La refugee camp, both located in Western Thailand bordering Burma
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