Project title: Protecting Children from Vaccine Preventable Diseases by Strengthening the Second Year of Life  Background The Second Year of life Project seeks to develop and assess the impact of ...

In 2015 AFENET received funding from CDC to implement a five year cooperative agreement called National Stop Transmission of Polio (NSTOP) initiative supporting polio eradication in Africa. Currently ...

The African Field Epidemiology Network was awarded a five year Cooperative Agreement in 2015 by the US CDC to strengthen Applied Epidemiology and Sustainable International Public Health Capacity ...

On 1 April 2016, AFENET was awarded a five year cooperative agreement (CoAg) with the US CDC to strengthen the Uganda Ministry of Health’s capacity to execute its essential public health functions ...

Strengthening routine immunization is a pillar of the polio eradication strategy.   High routine immunization coverage establishes a strong base for population immunity to prevent polio outbreaks ...

The immunization data improvement team strategy is a collaborative initiative led by the Uganda Ministry of Health (Resource Center and UNEPI), with support from WHO, CDC, GAVI, UNICEF and other ...

The STOP Program is a global effort that trains public health professionals from around the world and sends them to the places with the greatest need. The Stop Transmission of Polio (STOP) ...

PEPFAR is the cornerstone and largest component of the U.S. President’s Global Health Initiative. With a special focus on improving the health of women, newborns and children, the Global Health ...

The One Health e-Surveillance Initiative aims to develop strategic plans for implementing One Health electronic surveillance within the context of Integrated Disease Surveillance and Response ...

Project title: Protecting Children from Vaccine Preventable Diseases by Strengthening the Second Year of Life  Background The Second Year of life Project seeks to develop and assess the impact of ...

In 2015 AFENET received funding from CDC to implement a five year cooperative agreement called National Stop Transmission of Polio (NSTOP) initiative supporting polio eradication in Africa. Currently ...

The African Field Epidemiology Network was awarded a five year Cooperative Agreement in 2015 by the US CDC to strengthen Applied Epidemiology and Sustainable International Public Health Capacity ...

On 1 April 2016, AFENET was awarded a five year cooperative agreement (CoAg) with the US CDC to strengthen the Uganda Ministry of Health’s capacity to execute its essential public health functions ...

Strengthening routine immunization is a pillar of the polio eradication strategy.   High routine immunization coverage establishes a strong base for population immunity to prevent polio outbreaks ...
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