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The TEPHINET Logo

Meaning

The TEPHINET logo depicts a water pump silhouetted against a globe. The globe represents our network of field epidemiology training programs. The water pump is a direct reference to a key moment in public health history: In 1854, John Snow, considered one of the fathers of modern epidemiology, traced the source of a cholera outbreak in London to a public water pump. Snow’s findings led to changes in London’s water and waste systems, leading to similar changes and subsequent improvements in public health around the world. Visit this link to learn more about Snow’s discovery.

Usage

Use of the TEPHINET logo is permitted by request. Please refer to the TEPHINET Logo and Brand Identity Guidelines. To request the logo files, please contact Tina Rezvani, Communications Specialist, at trezvani@tephinet.org.

Photography Guidelines | Click here to download TEPHINET's photography guidelines.

Publications

Reports

2016 TEPHINET Progress Report | Download PDF

2015 TEPHINET Progress Report | Download PDF

2012 TEPHINET 15th Anniversary Report | Download PDF

Brochures

TEPHINET Accreditation Brochure | Download PDF

TEPHINews Newsletter

Visit this page to read past issues of TEPHINews.