Epidemics are a global threat, killing millions of people each year. Strong health systems need strong institutions, infrastructure, surveillance systems, and well-trained and equipped staff. Without them, disease outbreaks can quickly become epidemics and then pandemics, which devastate lives and livelihoods. Tackling deadly diseases in Africa (TDDA) helps equip countries to manage disease outbreaks and other health threats before they become public health crises.
TDDA lunch event
'Whose business is health security?'
Join us, meet the team, hear lessons learned from TDDA country coordinators.
Wednesday June 22, from 13:00 to 14:15, in Room L3