U.S., Rwanda Health Officials Discuss Ebola Response, Other Public Health Issues

New Times: U.S., Rwanda officials discuss public health
“The United States Secretary of Health and Human Services, Alex Azar, has praised Rwanda’s achievements in the fight against HIV, malaria, and infant mortality. Secretary Azar made the remarks [Sunday] in Kigali. He is leading a U.S. delegation on a visit to the Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, and Uganda to learn about the situation on the ground, meet with national and international counterparts, as well as reiterate the U.S.’ commitment to bringing the Ebola outbreak in the region to an end…” (Kuteesa, 9/16).

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