CDC in Burma (Myanmar)
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CDC in Burma (Myanmar)

  • Published Date:

    January 2020

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    The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) established a country office in Myanmar in 2015. Through the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), CDC supports the National AIDS Program, the National Health Laboratory, and other partners to develop strategies and guidelines for HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment. CDC also works to strengthen surveillance and laboratory systems to help Myanmar better tackle its HIV, malaria and tuberculosis epidemics. CS290566 BurmaMyanmar_Factsheet.pdf
  • Content Notes:
    CDC staff -- At a glance -- Top ten causes of death -- HIV and Tuberculosis -- Field Epidemiology Training Program -- CDC impact in Myanmar.
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