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EDCTP and Africa CDC collaborate to develop capacity for outbreak and epidemic response in sub-Saharan Africa

Reliable epidemiological data is often unavailable or severely limited in resource-limited settings in Africa. This knowledge gap is further aggravated by a shortage of skilled personnel in epidemiology and biostatistics to efficiently monitor, analyse and interpret epidemiological data to inform policy and decision-making. Training programmes are urgently needed to develop a cohort of epidemiologists across Africa and beyond, who can work in collaboration with their Ministries of Health or the National Public Health Institutes (NPHIs), as well as with relevant regional and international organisations, to collectively conduct routine surveillance and public health research and respond timely to disease outbreaks.

Addis Ababa Declaration Viral Load Movement

Addis Ababa Declaration on the HIV Viral Load Movement to End AIDS by 2030 in African Union Member States

WE, Member States and participants in the Africa Collaborative to Advance Diagnostics Meeting held from 24 to 25 September 2019 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia; Mindful that AIDS Watch Africa is an entity of the African Union with the specific mandate to lead advocacy, accountability and resource mobilization towards a robust African response to end AIDS, …

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