Cameroon Inaugurates U.S.-Supported Yaounde Public Health Emergency Operations Center As Part Of GHSA Efforts

VOA News: Cameroon Inaugurates U.S.-Funded Center for Disease Control
“Cameroon is the recipient of a new public health emergency center constructed with the support of the U.S. Defense Threat Reduction Agency. The facility, which provides training for hospital staff and helps to detect disease outbreaks, was inaugurated Monday by Cameroon’s prime minister, with the U.S. ambassador on hand. Prime Minister Philemon Yang said the Yaounde Public Health Emergency Operations Center will enable Cameroon to meet the objectives of the Global Health Security Agenda, launched in 2014 with the goal of making the world safe and secure from infectious disease threats…” (Kindzeka, 12/4).

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