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Global Vision of Disease Control and Prevention Center (DCC)

To contribute to global health security by leading clinical management and research and development (R&D) in the fields of emerging, re-emerging infectious diseases and antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in the world, especially in the Asia Pacific Region.

Mission

Establish resilient health system

  1. Develop guideline and policy recommendation to enhancing
    global health security
  2. Strengthen heath system by human resource development
    of professional based on principles of clinical management of
    infectious diseases
  3. Strengthen preparedness and ability to respond to outbreaks of
    emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases as well as AMR
  4. Tackle emerging issues such as neglected tropical diseases
    (NTDs), infectious diseases caused by climate change, and
    infection prevention and control (IPC) in the elderly population,
    in line with

Research & Development (R&D)

  1. Lead international collaborative clinical research together with global partners for an improved clinical practice

Brochure for Disease Control and Prevention Center (DCC) [PDF]

    WHO Collaborating Centre for Prevention, Preparedness and Response to Emerging Infectious Diseases

    DCC became a World Health Organization Collaborating Centre (WHOCC) for Prevention, Preparedness and Response to Emerging Infectious Diseases in 2017. DCC provides support to WHO in building country preparedness against emerging infectious diseases, with special emphasis on infection prevention and control and clinical management, in the context of IHR (2005), and support WHO in strengthening response capacity to emerging infectious disease outbreaks.

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