CDC Tanzania Maximizes Public Health Impact During COVID-19

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CDC Tanzania Maximizes Public Health Impact During COVID-19

On March 16th, 2020, the first COVID-19 case was reported in Tanzania. The COVID-19 pandemic required the CDC Tanzania office to rapidly prioritize and leverage existing technical expertise and programmatic investments.

Learn how CDC Tanzania worked with partners to focus on support for the COVID-19 response and maintaining delivery essential HIV and tuberculosis (TB) services.

CDC Tanzania Maximizes Public Health Impact During COVID-19

A One CDC Response to COVID-19: Surveillance Support in Tanzania

A One CDC Response to COVID-19: Surveillance Support in Tanzania

Read how CDC Tanzania leveraged existing programs to support targeted surveillance activities across the country.

Ensuring Resilient Community-based HIV Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic

Ensuring Resilient Community-based HIV Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic

The challenges of the COVID-19 outbreak highlighted several important lessons for HIV programs in the future. Read how HIV programs in Tanzania remained resilient through a combination of innovation and flexibility.

CDC Tanzania Adapts: Maximizing Public Health Impact During COVID-19

CDC Tanzania Adapts: Maximizing Public Health Impact During COVID-19

CDC, Government of Tanzania, and partners continue their commitment to follow social distancing guidelines, to wear masks when near others, and to limit large gatherings of people. Learn more in this printable graphic.

CDC Tanzania and Partners: Ensure HIV Services Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

CDC Tanzania and Partners: Ensure HIV Services Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

Learn how CDC and partners addressed new challenges related to routine HIV prevention, testing and treatment services.

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Page last reviewed: October 29, 2020
Content source: Global Health