CDC in South Africa
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Since its launch in June 2000, CDC South Africa has provided extensive technical assistance and resources to the South African government (SAG) and partners in the national response to HIV/AIDS... More
More than 2,000 nurses and clinicians have been trained to provide integrated HIV and TB screening and treatment in primary health facilities.
CDC South Africa welcomed colleagues from Ethiopia, India, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Nigeria April 22-23 2013 in Pretoria for the Labs for Life kick-off meeting. Labs for Life is a Public-Private Partnership (PPP) with PEPFAR through CDC and BD Global Health to help strengthen healthcare and improving overall laboratory systems and services in the developing world. This 2-day meeting was mission critical to sustain current successes of the PPP and to ensure continued growth in laboratory systems. All agencies and country representatives agreed upon a common work plan template to plan and report annual progress, as well as a common set of global indicators to measure performance.
Posted May 22, 2013