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CDC in Zambia

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      The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Zambia office was launched in December 2000. CDC works with the Government of the Republic of Zambia (GRZ) ministries and provincial health offices to support the national strategy to combat HIV/AIDS, TB, and other ublic health programs. CDC focuses on program areas that make optimal use of its institutional strengths, concentrating on funding and assisting programs through international and local organizations to build the capacity of the Ministry of Health (MOH) to ensure sustainable programming. The strong partnership with the MOH helps CDC to impact health services at the national and community level. Through established cooperative agreements, CDC technical experts are substantially involved with national program efforts in malaria, pandemic influenza, HIV prevention, care and treatment, tuberculosis (TB), blood safety, maternal health, health worker training, laboratory capacity, surveillance, and operational research. On-the-ground experience has proved that data-driven approaches to health challenges can save lives and prevent diseases. CS274103 zambia_factsheet.pdf
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