Global Health Security Summit focuses on climate, public health threats

Aleisha Rozario, Jhpiego’s Project Director for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-funded Enhancing Global Health Security project, spoke at the first Global Health Security Summit held in Islamabad, Pakistan, January 10-11. Jhpiego was the only international non-profit development partner invited to speak. Here are excerpts from her speech. Climate Change and Public Health Threats:

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