Immunization and Vaccines Development

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Technical support is provided to countries in the African Region in order to contribute to the reduction of disease, disability and death due to vaccine preventable diseases through achieving and sustaining high immunisation coverage, eradicating poliomyelitis, eliminating neonatal tetanus, controlling yellow fever and introducing new vaccines.

WHO identifying innovative ways to strengthen immunization services in Central Africa
WHO identifying innovative ways to strengthen immunization services in Central Africa
Douala, 25 February 2015 –- The World Health Organization (WHO) Inter-country Support Team (IST) for Central Africa is convening its Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) Managers’ meeting in Douala, Cameroon from 23 to 27 February 2015 to strengthen and improve access to immunization services in 10 countries in Central Africa.

The meeting was officially opened by the Secretary General of the Littoral region on behalf of the Governor and attended by more than 120 participants including the WHO and UNICEF Representatives in Cameroon.

 
 
Topics
 

Integrated child survival interventions

Measles Elimination

Monitoring and Evaluation

Polio Eradication

 


Reach Every District (RED) Approach

Tetanus Elimination

Vaccine Research and Development

Yellow Fever Control