Central Asia Region

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What We Do

CDC’s Central Asia Regional (CAR) office works to strengthen public health systems in the region by focusing on strategic information, blood safety, injection safety, laboratory services, HIV/AIDS prevention for at-risk and vulnerable populations, and treatment and care services. CDC’s support includes:

The office helps build the capacity of prevention specialists through training and mentoring; by implementing evidence-based pilot programs; adopting new modes of service delivery and expanding prevention and related services for at-risk populations

 The CAR also strengthens HIV treatment and care services by developing clinical guidelines for screening and managing HIV infection; enhancing diagnosis of HIV infection and co-infection and continues to work to improve national monitoring and evaluation systems (M&E) as well as develop strategic laboratory plans and accreditation activities.

Discover more about CDC’s work in the Central Asia Region by viewing our detailed profile.

More Information

More information and data regarding TB in the Central Asia Region is available online at WHO’s TB Country Profiles.

More information about CDC’s global health work in the Central Asia Region is available online at CDC in Kazakhstan, CDC in Kyrgyzstan, CDC in Tajikstan, and CDC in Uzbekistan.