Developing a more inclusive, equitable health security ‘eco-system’ is at the center of TDDA strategy. Community Based Surveillance (CBS) is one way to ensure that the needs and interests of different vulnerable groups are taken into account, including women, people living with disabilities and the extreme poor. Find out how we are strengthening CBS in Cameroon.
TDDA’s work in Cameroon is delivered by Centre Pasteur du Cameroun, in partnership with
the Ministry of Public Health and the Fondation Mérieux USA