Organization of the CDC Center for Global Health
Provides technical assistance to host governments, working through its strong partnerships with Ministries of Health and local and international partners to implement integrated HIV/AIDS clinical and preventive services and systems; develop and strengthen laboratory services; and provide epidemiologic science, informatics, and research support to develop sustainable public health systems in resource-constrained countries.
Prevents and controls parasitic diseases in the United States and throughout the world by providing diagnostic, consultative, and epidemiologic services and training.
Works with ministries of health and other partners to protect the health and improve the well-being of people globally by building public health capacity to prevent disease, disability and death from communicable and non-communicable diseases.
Global Immunization Division (GID)
Provides scientific and technical support to ministries of health and other public and private partners to control vaccine-preventable diseases around the world.
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