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Case Study: Vysnova Supports Studies to Eliminate Malaria Infections in Two High Endemic Provinces in Vietnam

Problem Overview:  The second-highest worldwide cases of Malaria are reported in Southeast Asia. Although cases have been declining in Vietnam from 2006 to 2016, a marked rebound in malaria cases in several provinces of the Central Highlands…
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Case Study: Vysnova Supports Efforts to Assess the Potential Vector Threat of Ectoparasite-Borne Infections in Mongolia

This project’s purpose is to assess the potential vector threat of ectoparasite-borne infections in Mongolia to better inform the DoD (Department of Defense) force health protection policy-makers and provide host-nation public health personnel information to make informed diagnostic and treatment decisions. 
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Case Study: Vysnova Supports NAMRU 2 Research

The purpose of the program is to support NAMRU-2 (Navy Medical Unit 2 (NAMRU 2) Southeast Asia Biosurveillance and Epidemiology Research (SABER) II is to improve disease surveillance activities, evaluate novel diagnostics products and therapeutic interventions, test disease control strategies, and develop local expertise via training to detect and respond to emergent disease threats. Working together, under SABER II, we can understand and combat infectious diseases and vector-borne illnesses including Malaria, Dengue, Chikungunya as well as the burden and distribution of Swine Flu, Bird Flu, SARS-CoV-2, MERS-CoV, and other emerging infectious diseases.
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Project Spotlight: Southeast Asia Biosurveillance and Epidemiology Research

The Problem: The current global disease control strategy is focused almost entirely on responding to pandemics after they have emerged, leaving the global community vulnerable to rising human health threats. The emergence of Ebola and the…
Zika Research in Infants and Pregnant Women in Colombia
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Project Spotlight: Zika Research in Infants and Pregnant Women in Colombia

The Problem: Zika Virus (ZIKV) was declared a global health threat in 2016.  Although most of the cases can be attributed to infected bites of Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus mosquitoes, a proportion of new Zika infections are due to…
The DHS Program: Global Health Data Collection, Analysis, and Dissemination

Project Spotlight: The DHS Program

The Problem: The recent Ebola and Zika epidemics have shown just how vital health sector data is in anticipating, monitoring, and responding to health threats. With varying levels of access to healthcare and limited health records in countries…
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Project Spotlight: General Services Administration Common Acquisition Platform and Category Management Support

The Problem: The General Services Administration (GSA) is currently engaged in several initiatives to transform the Government’s acquisition processes, systems, and strategies. The primary objective of the Common Acquisition Platform (CAP).…

Project Spotlight: Defense Acquisition University Distance Learning Course Development

The Problem: Defense Acquisition University (DAU) had an existing distance learning course on business decisions for contracting. The course was dated, contained disparate content, and did not engage the learner. DAU needed subject matter…
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Project Spotlight: Zika Ecological Research (Animal Reservoirs) in Peru, Colombia and Brazil

The Problem: Zika. And it’s a big one. The Zika virus (which is passed to humans by mosquitoes) is severely impacting dozens of developing countries in Central and South America. Zika has only recently begun to spread in the Western Hemisphere,…