Vectorborne disease cases have tripled over the last decade and new vectorborne pathogens are being discovered or introduced into new regions. Furthermore, 80% of vector control organizations lack critical prevention and control capabilities. Thus, environmental health programs and professionals need the training, resources, and skills to deal with this ever-increasing threat. This month’s column provides examples of the work NEHA is doing to provide resources and leadership in this area.
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