CDC Division of Global HIV & TB country profile : Vietnam
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CDC Division of Global HIV & TB country profile : Vietnam

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    The CDC office was established in Vietnam in 1998. Through CDC’s DGHT, CDC-Vietnam partners with the Government of Vietnam to build effective and sustainable HIV treatment and prevention programs and strengthen national systems for TB surveillance, control, diagnosis and treatment. Strengthening and Transitioning Effective HIV Programs: CDC is a principal agency implementing HIV programs under PEPFAR in Vietnam. In 2003, Vietnam was one of the first 15 focus countries targeted for rapid scale-up of life-saving treatment, care and prevention programs under PEPFAR. With Vietnam’s entry into middle-income status, the country has become a global leader in embracing financial and program responsibility for delivery of essential HIV treatment and prevention services for its citizens. Through its unique relationship with Vietnam’s Ministry of Health, CDC supports the effective transition of HIV services to domestic financing and program responsibility—prioritizing continuity and quality of patient services—while accelerating toward national goals of HIV epidemic control. Find, Cure and Prevent Tuberculosis: CDC provides technical assistance to Vietnam programs to find, cure and prevent TB, HIV-associated TB, and multi-drug-resistant (MDR) TB in adults and children to reduce TB morbidity and mortality by strengthening capacity to operationalize new and existing TB control tools, building the evidence-base for improved TB control and prevention, and using the evidence to guide data-driven decision-making vietnam-2017_2.10.2017.pdf
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