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  • Within a spirit of equity and Panamericanism, to raise the awareness of national institutions to the fact that, while infectious and reemerging diseases continue to pose a significant problem in the Region, chronic and non-communicable diseases are also on the rise.
  • To correct desegregated data to better understand and address problems of inequity in disease prevention and control programs.
  • To continue to support technical-cooperation projects among countries as well as other forms of collaboration.
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