CDC Training Program Helps Public Health Workers Address NCDs In Rwanda

CDC’s “Our Global Voices”: Making some noise about noncommunicable diseases in Rwanda
Kristy Joseph, unit manager at the Global Noncommunicable Disease Unit at CDC, discusses the growing burden of noncommunicable diseases (NCDs) in Rwanda and a CDC training course to help public health workers address NCDs in the country (8/28).

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