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Kinshasa: signing of partnership between CDC Africa and SANRU to improve health security

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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) and Rural Health (SANRU) decided, Thursday, February 8, to work together to improve health security in the DRC.

The communications manager of this structure, Dorothy Ndjague, made this announcement in a briefing with the media in Kinshasa.

This partnership will notably consist of promoting, developing and strengthening primary health care (PHC) capacities across the country.

These two organizations will deploy activities related to Risk Communication and Community Engagement (RCCE) in the context of emergency development.

The NGOs Africa CDC and SANRU will also facilitate the integration of community health worker programs into community health systems and national human resources development plans.

This is to improve performance in achieving universal health coverage (UHC) and improving health security.

Through their partnership, these two structures will establish partnership to achieve gender equality and the autonomy of women and girls. This, with the aim of improving access to health services.

« Africa CDC and SANRU aim to demonstrate visible and sustainable results in the key area of ​​health programming and security », underlined the communications manager of this structure, Dorothy Ndjague.

The partnership will be signed between the CEO of CDC Africa, Jean Kaseya and the PCA of SANRU, Juce Malonga.

CDC’s vision is summarized in five Cs: capacity, collaboration, community, climate and connectivity.

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