Global Health Security Agenda : Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) drives five years of progress; threats remain
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Global Health Security Agenda : Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) drives five years of progress; threats remain
  • Published Date:

    2/13/20

  • Language:
    English
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    CDC is investing in global health security to make the United States and the world safer and more secure from infectious disease threats. As part of the U.S. Government’s commitment to GHSA, CDC invested in 17 partner countries to strengthen and sustain public health readiness to contain outbreaks at their source. For more information, please visit www.cdc.gov/globalhealth/security CS314181-I PO Publication date from document properties. GHSA-5yr-factsheet.pdf
  • Content Notes:
    WHAT IS GLOBAL HEALTH SECURITY? -- WHAT IS THE GLOBAL HEALTH SECURITY AGENDA? -- Infectious Disease Threats Travel Fast and Far -- Key Achievements in Five Years of GHSA -- PARTNERSHIPS FOR GLOBAL HEALTH SECURITY -- THE ROAD AHEAD FOR CDC AND GHSA.
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