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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

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1 (Advanced)

1 (Intermediate)

4 (Basic)

  2017

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Intermediate

Basic

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3 (Intermediate)

1 (Basic)

  2017

Intermediate

Basic

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5 (Advanced)

14 (Basic)

  2011

Advanced

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The Field Epidemiology Training Program (FETP) of Afghanistan was launched as a joint effort of the Afghanistan National Public Health Institute, the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and GHD|EMPHNET. Prior to the launch of this in-country program, Afghanis trained at the joint FETP of Afghanistan and Tajikistan and the FELTP of Pakistan. From both programs 17 Afghani nationals graduated. The Afghanistan FETP is a member of the global FETP network, TEPHINET.

 

This program empowers the public health workforce to detect, investigate, and respond to infectious diseases, including vaccine preventable diseases, along with supporting the design and implementation of epidemiological projects. While only recently established, the program made remarkable contributions, mainly in COVID-19 response.

 

Achievements

  • Contributions to the COVID-19 response through planning, surveillance, capacity building, risk communication, information sharing, and other initiatives
  • Supporting national polio eradication activities

 

Cohorts

Establishment Year

Modalities

2

2019

Intermediate