Dr. Rebecca Martin Talks About Global Health Security in Sierra Leone B-roll

Title card, “Dr. Rebecca Martin. Director, CDC Center for Global Health. Soundbite in Freetown, Sierra Leone, with public health workers”

Dr. Rebecca Martin is speaking, “The value of the work that we do, why we do this, is to make sure we can overall bring data, bring science, bring laboratory expertise, so that we can stop diseases.”

Dr. Rebecca Martin stands with a group of representatives from Sierra Leone, in the streets of Freetown listening to them discuss their work building up public health infrastructure

A scientist uses a microscope to study samples in a lab in Freetown, Sierra Leone

A local representative speaks with Dr. Martin and CDC officials about their collaborative work in Freetown and across Sierra Leone.

Page last reviewed: March 9, 2021
Content source: Global Health