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Country Name AFGHANISTAN
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Cohorts

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2

2019

Intermediate

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Country Name BANGLADESH
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  2020

Advanced

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20 (Advanced)

1 (Intermediate)

4 (Basic) 

1993

Advanced

Intermediate

Basic

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8 (Advanced) 

1 (Intermediate) 

9 (Basic) 

 2010

Advanced

Intermediate

Basic

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16 (Advanced)

1 (Basic)

 1998

Advanced

Basic

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6 (Advanced)

1 (Basic)

  2010

Advanced

Basic

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12 (Advanced)

13 (Basic)

2006

Advanced

Basic

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Country Name SAUDI ARABIA
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31 (Advanced)

3 (Basic)

 1989

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Intermediate

Basic

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1 (Advanced)

1 (Intermediate)

4 (Basic)

  2017

Advanced

Intermediate

Basic

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3 (Intermediate)

1 (Basic)

  2017

Intermediate

Basic

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Cohorts

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5 (Advanced)

14 (Basic)

  2011

Advanced

Basic 

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GHD|EMPHNET has created partnerships in Bangladesh, a country outside the Eastern Mediterranean Region within the organization's support for countries in meeting the requirements of the International Health Regulations as part of the Global Health Security Agenda.

 

Building Public Health and Veterinary Field Epidemiology Capacities 

 

In Bangladesh, various indicators make the country vulnerable to different zoonotic diseases. To address this threat to the country's public health and economy, GHD|EMPHNET is working with partners  to build epidemiological capacities to respond to outbreaks of potentially dangerous zoonotic pathogens. Since the beginning of 2019, GHD|EMPHNET, the Chittagong Veterinary and Animal Sciences University, and the Department of Livestock Services (DLS) began preparing for the establishment of the Field Epidemiology Training Program for Veterinarians (FETP-V). A year after intensive preparation, the Bangladesh FETPV was officially launched in August 2020 as a program aiming to strengthen the capability of the veterinary workforce in the areas of disease surveillance, outbreak investigation, risk analysis, and networking with FETPs. Based on the One Health approach, the Bangladesh FETP-V will enable a veterinarian to “think and act like an epidemiologist.”

 

Building on these efforts, GHD|EMPHNET will extend its support to country partners and stakeholders to establish a one-year Intermediate FETP to support the cohort 7 of the two-year advanced FETP. GHD|EMPHNET will support relevant activities in health promotion messaging, behavior change communication, and relevant training.