What is the Africa CDC?

Opened in January 2017, the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) is a Specialised Technical Agency of the African Union. Africa CDC works with all 55 Member States to achieve its vision of: a safer, healthier, integrated and prosperous Africa, in which Member States can efficiently prevent disease transmission, implement surveillance and detection, and always be prepared to respond effectively to health threats and outbreaks.

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