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Country Name AFGHANISTAN
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2019

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NA

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107

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NA

No. of Conducted Outbreak Investigation

34

No. of Manuscripts Published

2

No. of FETP Participated in International Conferences

5

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2013

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97

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212

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8

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30

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Year of Establishment

1993

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Accredited

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175

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39

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103

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200

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66

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50

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Year of Establishment

2010

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76

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54

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226

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387

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116

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143

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Year of Establishment 1998
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109

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17

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92

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27

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35

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Year of Establishment 2022
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15

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NA

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Year of Establishment

2010

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Accredited

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101

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30

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68

No. of Conducted Outbreak Investigation

215

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12

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70

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Year of Establishment 2022
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Year of Establishment

2006

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Accredited

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246

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290

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719

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166

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240

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Year of Establishment

1989

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181

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60

No. of Conducted Outbreak Investigation

134

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397

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464

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2017

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NA

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14

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11

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112

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59

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5

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6

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2017

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NA

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NA

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38

No. of Conducted Outbreak Investigation

33

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1

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3

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Year of Establishment

2011

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NA

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57

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350

No. of Conducted Outbreak Investigation

87

No. of Manuscripts Published

49

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First Egypt FETP Intermediate Cohort Contributes to Expanding Egypt’s Health Emergency Response and Preparedness
November 09, 2022

As the world emerges from the current COVID-19 pandemic, the Field Epidemiology Training Programs (FETPs) are expected to be acknowledged further. This recognition will ensure further support to the FETP and more significant roles. A perfect example of increasing interest from the region would be the Egypt FETP’s launch of their first Intermediate cohort.

 

Egypt’s Ministry of Health and Population (MoHP) with the support of GHD|EMPHNET launched Egypt’s first Intermediate FETP cohort. This cohort underwent in-class workshops, online lectures, and epidemiology-related field work. This Intermediate FETP is set to develop skilled and experienced epidemiologists who can detect and respond to disease outbreaks, conduct surveillance, and conduct applied epidemiological studies.

 

Amidst their training, the cohort residents partook in responding to various outbreaks in Egypt, including the Acute Respiratory Illness (ARI) outbreak in the South Sanai Governate and Alexandria, as well as the Organophosphorus poisoning cluster of the Giza Governate. They also participated in a campaign for Polio vaccinations and a door-to-door COVID-19 vaccination campaign addressing both the diseases’ rumors and misconceptions.

 

Furthermore, the intermediate FETP cohort supported the One Health (OH) approach in Egypt to balance and optimize the health of people, animals, and the environment. The cohort participated in different activities related to OH domains, including but not limited to infection prevention and control, field investigations, and disease management.

 

Through these participations, the cohort had an impactful role to play in the development of their national health guidelines. They used the lessons learned from these engagements to help in conducting in-depth training sessions for public health officers and healthcare workers on Monkeypox, helping them understand its epidemiology, modes of transmission, diagnostics, and treatment. They also introduced the strategies for effective Monkeypox prevention, investigation, and response.

 

The lessons the residents learned, along with the challenges they encountered during their nine-month training, are set to further advance their careers in epidemiology. They are ready to help their country’s public health system to identify and address future public health threats. Today, the graduates of this cohort are working at epidemiology and surveillance units at peripheral level (Egypt health directorates and districts).