U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (India Office)

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CDC India collaborates with the Government of India, Indian institutions, and international organizations to address a wide range of infectious and non-communicable diseases. Together we work to strengthen India’s health system to reach national and international goals.

CDC opened the first India office in 2001 to support the Life Initiative for HIV/AIDS prevention and control, currently the PEPFAR program. Today CDC maintains offices in New Delhi, Mumbai, and Hyderabad with staff supporting initiatives of the Division of Global Health Protection, the Global Immunization Division, the Division of Global HIV and Tuberculosis, and the Influenza Program. CDC India works to enhance security around the world by supporting Global Health Security Agenda objectives. Learn more about our work here.