U.S. Remains Committed To Strengthening Human, Animal Health Systems To Prevent Future Outbreaks

USAID/Medium: Preventing the Next Outbreak
Richard Greene, USAID lead for the Global Health Security Agenda, discusses the U.S. government’s work in “building local expertise to prevent, detect, and respond to infectious disease threats before they spillover from animals to people” (3/13).

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