CDC’s Global Rapid Response Team Conducts Training Workshop For Emergency Response Activities

CDC’s “Our Global Voices”: CDC Global Rapid Response Team Pilots Workshop for Senegal and Burkina Faso
This blog post discusses the role and work of the CDC’s Global Rapid Response Team (GRRT), highlighting a workshop during which participants discussed how to adapt guidelines for rapid response teams (RRT) to their country’s individual contexts and needs. The blog post notes, “CDC remains committed to improving the response capabilities of countries worldwide. Skill-building exercises like this RRT training ensure global health security by creating a more prepared world, ready to respond to whatever disease or emergency strikes next” (9/19).

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