These four field epidemiologists were in the Dominican Republic, conducting a planning session, in order to improve the country’s public health infrastructure. This particular image was captured at the country's Ministry of Health (MoH), Emergency Operations Center
“U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the Dominican Republic has four disease impact goals: 1) eliminate transmission of HIV from pregnant women to babies, 2) prevent new cases of adult HIV among high-risk populations, 3) reduce prevalence of TB, and 4) reduce the impact of outbreaks. To achieve these goals, CDC works closely with partners on epidemiology and surveillance, lab system strengthening, HIV prevention, and outbreak response.”
For more on how the CDC is accomplishing these goals, please see the website linked below.