Division of Global Health Protection 2016 accomplishments by the numbers
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Division of Global Health Protection 2016 accomplishments by the numbers

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      Detecting and Identifying Diseases

      • 35+ Dangerous pathogens tracked in 132 countries

      • 30 – 40 Potential outbreaks monitored daily by the Global Disease Detection Operations Center

      • 400 Potential outbreaks investigated by Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) residents

      Advancing Public Health Capabilities

      • 20 CDC-supported countries developed or strengthened their National Public Health Instistutes

      • 28 countries completed joint external evaluations

      • 1200+ diseases detectives graduated from 24 new FETP – Frontline programs

      Responding to Global Emergencies

      • 40 CDC experts deployed to Angola in response to yellow fever

      • 350 Global Rapid Response Team members ready to deploy anywhere within 24 – 48 hours

      • 3000 FETP trainees and graduates mobilized to respond to Zika in Central America and Caribbean

      • 8000 person-days supported responses to cholera, yellow fever, Ebola, measles, polio and Zika


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