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Strengthening Global Cardiovascular Health Systems Phase 2

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Strengthening Global Cardiovascular Health Systems Phase 2
Bangladesh
China
Ethiopia
India
Nigeria
Thailand
Turkey
To reduce the burden of cardiovascular diseases in low- and middle-income countries by providing technical expertise, facilitating technical packages, building Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) workforce capacity; establishing a consortium of experts; and collaborating with governmental agencies and partners.

Monitoring and Evaluation of Typhoid Conjugate Vaccination Campaign

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Monitoring and Evaluation of Typhoid Conjugate Vaccination Campaign
Zimbabwe
To assess the acceptability, safety, feasibility and cost of a Typhoid Conjugate Vaccine (TCV) delivered as part of a ministry-led campaign in Harare, Zimbabwe. This evaluation will provide lessons learned and recommendations for future use of TCV in outbreak settings, and to inform typhoid control strategies.

Laboratory Surveillance for Pneumococcal Meningitis in India

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Laboratory Surveillance for Pneumococcal Meningitis in India
India
United States of America
To strengthen laboratory surveillance for pneumococcal meningitis and serotyping in India to understand the impact of a pneumococcal conjugate vaccine rollout.

Accelerating Development of Global Costed Plans

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Accelerating Development of Global Costed Plans
Burkina Faso
Cameroon
Nigeria
Sierra Leone
Uganda
To assist countries with developing costed, funded plans that address the gaps identified by the World Health Organization-led Joint External Evaluation (JEE) process, with the goal of helping countries reach compliance with the International Health Regulations. The CDC Foundation and CDC will support eight countries as they develop draft costed plans and help them identify funding to implement the plans.

Strengthening Global Health Security in Uganda

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Strengthening Global Health Security in Uganda
Uganda
To target cohorts of critical district-level leaders and health officials in Uganda, aiming to harmonize the curricula for District Emergency Response activation with the frontline Field Epidemiology Training Program, while strengthening their respective surveillance components. This effort will incorporate both animal and human disease reporting, case management, infection prevention and control, practices to contain outbreaks at the source, electronic sample tracking and shared animal and human health surveillance and response data communications.
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