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Description:This image was captured on 2012, by U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Health Education Specialist, Steve Stewart, who snapped the candid photograph during a training session in South Sudan, which is officially referred to as the Republic of South Sudan. Known as the East Africa Training Project (EATP), the endeavor aims to improve the routine immunization systems, and protect the inhabitants of Uganda, Ethiopia and South Sudan from vaccine-preventable diseases.
“Due to its success, the East African Training Project, originally planned for 18 months, received funding so it could continue for another year (through mid-2014). The extension means even more officers will develop the skills necessary to protect the children in their country from deadly but vaccine-preventable diseases.”
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Content Providers(s):CDC/ Dr. Rebecca Martin
Creation Date:2012
Photo Credit:Steve Stewart
Links:CDC – Global Health - Global Immunization; Train, Motivate, Mentor: Strengthening Immunization Systems in East Africa
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