A.U. Peace And Security Council To Work With Africa CDC To Address Public Health Security Threats

Xinhua News: A.U. calls for integrating public health strategies in peace, security architecture
“The African Union (A.U.) Peace and Security Council on Thursday discussed the health security threats faced by the African continent. The council has agreed on joint strategies with the Africa Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) to respond to infectious disease outbreaks, fight antimicrobial resistance, and address the increasing threat of non-communicable diseases on the continent…” (1/19).

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