Recap: Learning from Zika: Lessons for future public health emergencies

By Anne Ballard Sara | Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
17 Jun 2019
Recap: Learning from Zika: Lessons for future public health emergencies

On June 11, 2019, USAID and the Knowledge for Health (K4Health) Project hosted “Learning from Zika: Lessons for future public health emergencies” in Washington DC. Panelists shared effective practices and lessons learned from the USAID Zika response and discussed their applicability to future outbreak responses. Scroll through the executive summary of the event to see an overview of the topics discussed.

Zika Communication Network

Anne Ballard Sara
Anne Ballard Sara
Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

Anne Ballard Sara is a Program Officer at the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs, where she supports knowledge management research activities, field programs, and communications. Her background in public health includes behavior change communication, family planning, women’s empowerment, and research. Anne served as a health volunteer in the Peace Corps in Guatemala and holds a Master of Public Health from George Washington University.

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