U.S. State Department Event Helps Build Partnerships For Zika Response Efforts
U.S. Department of State’s “DipNote”: Partnerships Matter: Building the Right Team to #ZAPZika
Amy Pope, deputy homeland security adviser and deputy assistant to the president at the National Security Council, and Heather Higginbottom, deputy secretary of state for management and resources at the State Department, discuss an event in which the “State Department brought together representatives from across governments, non-governmental organizations, and corporations last week to exchange information regarding the best ways to combat Zika. … During focused roundtable sessions at State, representatives from different communities rolled up their sleeves to share partnership strategies to tackle the toughest Zika challenges…” (7/19).
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