Epidemiology 1. Population statistics (such as life expectancy, mortality/morbidity rates, infant mortality, most common causes of death, common causes of morbidity, infectious disease rates, access to clean water/sanitation, economic indicators, etc.) 2. Diseases considered endemic to the area (include discussion of common vectors, if any); 3. Historical epidemics/outbreaks of importance (up to 20 yrs ago); include rates or number of affected. 4. Recent outbreaks/epidemics (20 yrs to present); include rates or number of affected. 5. Historical and current sociocultural and political situation in the country that has or may affect public health; 6. Historical and current public health situation (sanitation, water, food, etc); also include major organization(s) involved (government and NGOs) and their roles; 7. Other environmental conditions that have affected or may affect public health conditions (i.e, climate, landscape, etc); 8. What are the current control/preventive measures; discuss the gaps in what?s being done and what needs to be done. Include discussion of where and how health educators may fill those gaps.

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