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International health regulations

Another new child from Africa CDC to strengthen health security in Africa

The Regional Collaborating Centre provides an opportunity for effective collaboration, integration and coordination of epidemiological surveillance, strengthening existing networks of quality laboratories for early detection and response.  Disease outbreaks are increasing globally due to environmental degradation, climate change, population growth… Continue Reading →

How ‘E’ Becomes our Most Favourite Letter in the Alphabet, JEE says it all!

The Joint External Evaluation (JEE) is a voluntary, collaborative process to assess a country’s capacity under the International Health Regulations (IHR) to prevent, detect, and rapidly respond to public health threats. Since 2014, there has been a growing number of… Continue Reading →

GHSA: Marching Towards a Disease-Free World

Decades of research and resources have been consistently dedicated to the progression of better, accessible health in Africa, as well as other regions of the world populated by developing states. The numbers tell a story. There is much to be… Continue Reading →

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