Where next for health security strengthening? (Oct 2022)

Find out what TDDA sees as vital next steps in our host countries, needing ongoing support


Chad, Cameroon, Côte d’Ivoire, Mali and Uganda are on the path to building stronger health security systems. UK Aid-funded Tackling Deadly Diseases in Africa is proud to have been an ally and facilitator in this progress that will keep more people safe from infectious diseases and other health threats. The capacities strengthened with TDDA’s technical and financial support – for example, across civil society organizations, border entry staff and community health volunteer networks – are tangible evidence of the fruitful partnerships we have forged, working alongside government stakeholders, international actors, implementation partners and communities.


As our 4-year prog closes, find out what we see as the vital next steps in each of our host countries, and where future interventions can have the greatest impact, with ongoing commitment and support. From maximizing the potential of civil society to lessons learned from COVID-19 for health surveillance at borders, and ways to further strengthen One Health approaches.


Cameroon insights

Chad insights

Côte d’Ivoire insights

Mali insights

Uganda insights


The TDDA programme closes in November 2022.