Central America Region
What We Do
Since 2003, the CDC-Central American Regional Office has worked to help strengthen and coordinate strategic information and prevention strategies that target key populations to respond to the HIV epidemic in this region. CDC builds in-country capacity to design, implement, and evaluate HIV/AIDS-related surveillance systems. CDC also improves broader national health information systems within the region’s Ministry of Health (MoH) to collect, store, analyze, and use high-quality data for the planning of HIV prevention, care, and treatment programs.
Discover more about CDC’s work in the Central America Region by viewing our detailed profile.
More information and data regarding TB in the Central America Region is available online at WHO’s TB Country Profiles.