January. 22, 2020: CDC Tanzania: Working together to Save Lives
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CDC Tanzania: Working together to Save Lives
A team of five travel to regions with largest numbers of people living with HIV to provide hands-on help for 3 months.
Five personal stories that highlight CDC’s impact in Tanzania and the vital role communities play in controlling and ultimately ending the HIV epidemic.
CDC is working with Tanzania to leverage strengths in cross-cutting science and data-driven programs to improve the health and lives and people across the country.
Tanzania’s Field Epidemiology and Lab Training Program has trained 450 disease detectives in the past 10 years, building frontline capacity to identify and respond to emergency threats.
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