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A man uses a mobile communication device to collect and store data on animal diseases. The CDC Global Disease Detection program partnered with the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) and the University of Glasgow to launch the Animal Disease Surveillance and Response pilot project in Asembo, Rarieda District.

A man uses a mobile communication device to collect and store data on animal diseases. The CDC Global Disease Detection program partnered with the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) and the University of Glasgow to launch the Animal Disease Surveillance and Response pilot project in Asembo, Rarieda District.

 
 
 

CDC's established relationships, facilities, and expertise form the foundation for innovation and strong regional collaborations in Kenya. CDC works in strong partnership with local, national and regional partners, respecting their strengths, customs and values.

 
 
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