Implementation Priorities, 2001-2002
Approach to Disease Surveillance
Research on Diseases of Global Importance
of Proven Public Health Tools
Initiatives for Disease Control
Help implement HIV/AIDS control programs on all continents through CDCs Global AIDS Program. Work with the Roll Back Malaria partnership to help implement and monitor disease control and prevention programs in areas with high rates of transmission.
Work with the Stop TB Initiative to improve global surveillance, prevention, and medical management of TB, including multidrug-resistant TB, in areas with high rates of transmission.
Establish population-based surveillance centers to monitor the impact of vaccine use on diseases targeted by the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization. These surveillance centers may become the nuclei of future International Emerging Infections Program sites.
Health Training and Capacity Building
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