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Global Disease Detection Program; 2010 monitoring and evaluation report
  • Published Date:
    June 2011
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Global Disease Detection Program; 2010 monitoring and evaluation report
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  • Corporate Authors:
    Center for Global Health (U.S.), Division of Global Disease Detection and Emergency Response.
  • Description:
    Foreword (Letter from the Division Director; Letter from the Global Disease Detection Branch Chief) -- Overview (Global Disease Detection (GDD) Program; GDD broadens coverage; Monitoring and evaluation) -- GDD Activities (Outbreak response; Pathogen discovery; Training; Surveillance; Networking) -- Appendix: Core capacities of GDD Regional Centers

    In 2010, the GDD program helped coordinate a CDC response to several high-profile and important outbreaks including cholera in Haiti (see page 13), Nodding Syndrome in Uganda (see page 17), and lead poisoning in Nigeria. These outbreaks showed us that emerging health threats remain a complicated reality, yet they also highlight the value of our robust network of partners, which is essential for rapidly responding to outbreaks. Several examples of the contributions and partnerships of the GDD program are highlighted throughout this report.

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