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Thanks to our donors and partners, public health is stronger across the globe. When we look back on the year, we thank you for being right beside us—for making our work possible. You have helped us support the public health workforce in all 50 states, develop creative approaches to sharing critical health information, advance data sharing processes and much, much more. Learn more about the many people who are making an impact in our latest Report to Donors, All Because of You:



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