A high-level U.S. Government (USG) delegation travels to West Africa to assess the EVD response and liaise with stakeholders U.S. President Barack H. Obama lauds ongoing USG efforts to respond to EVD in West Africa
A 65-person U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) team arrives in Monrovia, Liberia, to support the USG response to the EVD outbreak. The first contingent of Cuban health workers arrive in Guinea.
Protracted conflict, high levels of insecurity, inhospitable terrain, severe climate and weak infrastructure have plagued Afghanistan for the past 30 years. Afghanistan’s humanitarian landscape is further complicated by several other factors: a majority of the population lives in hard-to-reach rural areas, over 700,000 Afghans are internally displaced by conflict, over 200,000 people are exposed to natural disasters each year, and more than 2.2 million people are severely food insecure.
Продолжительность: Июнь 2014 – Июнь 2016
Географический охват: Казахстан, Кыргызстан, Таджикистан
Проект реализуется: СПИД Фонд Восток-Запад
Исполнитель: Консорциум партнеров во главе с Abt Associates Inc
Ключевые партнеры: Министерство Здравоохранения Кыргызской Республики
Географический охват: По всей стране
- Облегчить бремя туберкулеза (ТБ) и замедлить распро-странение лекарственно устойчивого туберкулеза в Кыр-гызской Республике
Duration: 2014- 2019
Implementing Partner: The Program is implemented by a consortium led by Abt Associates,Inc
Key Partner: Ministry of Health of Kyrgyz Republic
Activity Locations: Countrywide
Duration: June 2014 – June 2016
Activity Locations: Kazakhstan, Kyrgyz Republic, Tajikistan
Implementing Partner: AIDS Foundation East-West
Duration: August 2014 – June 2018
Implementing Partner: Deloitte Consulting, Inc.
Key Partners: Kyrgyz apparel, tour-ism and construction materials firms, business associations, consulting firms and NGOs, Government Minis-tries and Agencies
Activity Locations: Nationwide
The U.N. World Health Organization (WHO) announced the official end to the EVD outbreaks in Nigeria and Senegal on October 17 and 20, respectively, after both countries completed two 21-day cycles without an additional reported case. CDC supported the governments of Nigeria and Senegal with epidemiological surveillance as part of the countries’ successful response efforts.
The Development Innovation Accelerator (DIA or the Accelerator) is a tool specifically focused on Science, Technology, Innovation and Partnership (STIP), managed by the Global Development Lab.
Care and safety of personnel responding to the Ebola epidemic is of paramount concern. From personal protective equipment (PPE) to medical treatment and medical evacuation (MEDEVAC) we are exploring every avenue to ensure the care and safety of responders. All G-7 countries, including the United States, publicly acknowledged this in a joint statement issued 25 September.
Last updated: November 21, 2014