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Vector Surveillance and Control Workshops
National Association of County and City Health Officials
(NACCHO), in partnership with the
American Mosquito Control Association
(AMCA) and the
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Academic Centers for Excellence in Vector-Borne Disease
, is hosting two Vector Surveillance and Control Workshops in January 2019.
About the Workshops
These FREE workshops will increase the capacity of local vector control programs in areas affected by Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Marie to respond to the increased threat of vector-borne diseases following these natural disasters.
Both workshops will provide the same hands-on training, tailored instruction, and practical capacity-building activities targeted to vector control programs in hurricane-affected regions.
Who Is Invited
Local vector control programs in Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Texas are invited to
attend one of the workshops.
Dates and Locations
Choose the workshop most convenient for you:
January 8-9 in Charleston, SC
January 15-16 in Montgomery, AL
Participation is capped at 50 attendees per workshop, and registration is free.
Travel awards are available, and the application deadline is extended to Friday, December 14.
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