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USAID 2014 Year in Review: Global Health Security Agenda Launched

USAID 2014 Year in Review: Global Health Security Agenda Launched
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Contributors: USAID

Launched in February 2014, the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA) brings the United States and a coalition of international partners together to accelerate action to protect populations from epidemic threats and threats they pose to human life, the global economy, and our national security. The United States has committed to working with at least 30 partner countries to urgently strengthen capacity to prevent, detect, and respond effectively to infectious disease threats like Ebola, as well as other naturally-occurring, deliberate, or accidental outbreaks. This U.S. Government effort includes USAID, the CDC, the Department of Defense, the Department of State and its Biosecurity Engagement Program; and other parts of Department of Health and Human Services including the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). USAID has a long history in partnering with countries, building capacity to detect and respond to infectious disease threats. Much of this work is the basis for meeting the GHSA objectives.

Author(s): USAID

Publication Date: 2015

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