What CDC Is Doing in Haiti

What CDC Is Doing: CDC Haiti provides technical and financial support to the Government of Haiti (GOH) and partners to develop and monitor disease surveillance systems, train and expand the local public health workforce, enhance laboratory capacity and diagnostics, introduce new and advanced technologies, and conduct public health research. Through the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), CDC Haiti works with the GOH and other implementing partners to improve and expand the provision of quality HIV and tuberculosis (TB) services. CDC Haiti staff are based primarily at the U.S. Embassy in Port-au-Prince with a satellite office at the Haitian National Public Health Laboratory and four regional offices.

The CDC Haiti team welcomes Division of Global Health Protection Director Dr. Nancy Knight

The CDC Haiti team welcomes Division of Global Health Protection Director Dr. Nancy Knight to the Haitian National Public Health Laboratory (LNSP). LNSP is a key partner in strengthening laboratory testing capacity in Haiti.

Page last reviewed: October 9, 2018
Content source: Global Health