World Birth Defects Day
Today is World Birth Defects Day and we would like to take a moment to highlight the work of one of our partners, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). The VEZ ZEN program is the result of a collaboration between the CDC, INS, and the Colombian Ministry of Health. The goal of VEZ and ZEN is to study birth defects in infants as a result of Zika virus exposure. Vysnova Partners supports CDC efforts in the VEZ/ZEN Program. We could not be prouder to promote the achievements of our partner in Colombia. Thank you for everything you do!
What is World Birth Defects Day?
World Birth Defects Day (WBDD), observed on March 3 each year, unites people and organizations working in the field of birth defects, also known as congenital anomalies, congenital disorders or congenital conditions. There are many types of birth defects and this day recognizes our collective voice in raising awareness for all birth defects (#manybirthdefects1voice).
About Vysnova Partners
Vysnova staff has worked in more than 30 countries to advance the health and well-being of communities worldwide. Whether it’s Zika prevention research with the CDC in Peru, supporting the Navy’s healthcare efforts in Southeast Asia, or supporting the Demographic Health Survey for USAID throughout Africa, Vysnova knows how to initiate and implement projects internationally to keep our customers in compliance while advancing the project and the broader mission that it serves.