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CDC in South Africa: Where We Work

CDC South Africa works with approximately 55 prime partners and 200 sub-partners in all nine of the country's provinces and with the national, provincial and district health departments.

CDC South Africa also has a regional component (in health initiatives besides HIV and TB) in strengthening detection and containment of emerging health threats through the Global Disease Detection program, South Africa Field Epidemiology Laboratory Training Program (SA-FELTP), Emerging Disease Surveillance, and influenza pandemic preparedness.

Map of South Africa.

CDC South Africa provides programmatic oversight and leadership from their office in the capital city of Pretoria. CDC South Africa's partners work in hundreds of sites throughout the country.

Download complete list of partners displayed on map [PDF - 161 KB]


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