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CDC global health strategy 2019-2021
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    The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) aspires to create a world where people – in the United States and around the globe – live healthier, safer, and longer lives. As the lead U.S. Government (USG) agency dedicated to the health and safety of the American people, CDC works 24/7 worldwide to reduce morbidity and mortality and safeguard communities by addressing global health threats before they affect the United States. Achieving this vision requires that CDC draws upon its scientific and technical expertise, innovation, and research to address known and emerging public health threats globally, whether naturally occurring or man-made. CDC understands the importance of the trust placed in the agency to keep Americans safe from public health threats both domestically and abroad. CDC also takes seriously its responsibility to be a good steward of resources and to ensure efficiencies by demonstrating its impact on leading public health priorities, fostering technical sustainability, and reducing the economic impact from diseases. Publication date from document properties. CDC-Global-Strategy_01.pdf
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    Executive Summary -- Introduction -- CDC Global Health Vision, Mission, and Principles -- CDC Global Health Goals, Objectives, and Strategies: -- Goal 1 - Health Impact: Save lives, improve health outcomes, and foster healthy populations globally; Goal 2 – Health Security: Protect Americans and populations across the globe -- by strengthening global public health prevention, detection, and response; Goal 3 - Public Health Science Leadership: Lead and influence the advancement of global public health science and practice -- Achieving More through Partnership -- Conclusion -- Annex – Evidence of CDC’s Impact in Global Health: Early Detection and Effective Responses to Outbreaks; Strategic Partnerships; Leveraging Surveillance and Data; Research, Innovation and Technology.
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