Dr. Stanley Foster
From 1980 to 1994, Dr. Foster worked with the International Health Program Office at CDC in its Combating Childhood Communicable Disease Project (CCCD). He worked with 12 African countries to improve the health and survival of children under 5 through strengthening their capacity to prevent and treat diseases. Dr. Foster focused on prevention (immunization, malaria chemoprphylaxis of women); case management of the three priority killers of children (malaria, pneumonia, and diarrhea) and in strengthening their preventive and curative systems.
- Last Recorded Case of Smallpox in History
- Milk, Theresa Marcus, Sustained Benefits
- Millennium Villages, Good Step, Can it be Scaled up?
- Most Tragic Experiences
- Poverty Trap, Aid not working?
- Survival Levels, Cultural Interference, Global Village
- The Average Person, Things Can Change
- What is needed that will work
- What will it take to acheive development?
- Why do you keep doing what you do?
- Working from the Bottom Up, Money can be a Problem