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CDC Tanzania: Data. People. Impact.
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    January 22, 2020

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    Since 2001, CDC has maintained a strong presence in Tanzania, a country where health threats such as HIV, malaria, and other infectious disease threats continue to negatively impact the health and lives of people. Five percent of adults (15-64 years) in Tanzania are currently living with HIV. A large percentage of these adults are unaware of their positive status. Tanzania faces high risks for emerging infectious disease threats like Ebola due to porous borders, high traffic from cross border trade and refugee migration. Furthermore, Tanzanians face exposure to numerous zoonotic diseases like anthrax due to the close human/animal interface. Through leveraging and optimizing our strengths in cross-cutting science, data-driven programs, and strong partnerships, CDC Tanzania, in partnership with the Government of Tanzania, continues to make significant progress in improving the health and lives of people across the country. tanzania_infographis.pdf
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