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The Center for Global Health (CGH) works to protect Americans from dangerous and costly public health threats, including COVID-19, vaccine-preventable diseases, HIV, TB, and malaria—responding when and where health threats arise.
Key Programs Empower Youth to Stand Up to Violence
CDC’s investments with strategic partners allow for the integration of violence prevention and response into HIV programming, helping to deliver care to those who need it most.
Youth Learn to Say No to Sexual Violence
CDC partners with No Means No Worldwide in Botswana, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe to implement violence prevention programming for adolescent girls and boys.
LOVES Mentoring Makes a Difference
Through CDC and PEPFAR support, individuals who have experienced violence are now receiving care from trained and skilled mentors – reducing their risk of HIV through post-violence care services.
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