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CDC in Nigeria: Our Partners

CDC partners in Nigeria with government and parastatal agencies, private institutions, universities and non-governmental organizations to improve the country's public health foundation, to prevent transmission of HIV, to provide care and treatment for those who are already infected with HIV, reduce the burden of malaria, build human resource capacity for health, strengthen laboratory capacity and strengthen Nigerian public health institutions and infrastructure. U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria Commends CDC Nigeria and HIV/AIDS Partners for Efforts to Scale Up and Sustain Programs. U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria Commends CDC Nigeria and HIV/AIDS Partners for Efforts to Scale Up and Sustain Programs. Here is a list of some of our partners.

 
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