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Successes & Challenges
Ministers of Health Meeting
Geneva Feb 04, 2005
7+Vaccination Status Of Polio, Compatible & Non-Polio AFP Cases age 6-23 & 24-59 months, 02-04*
* Data as of JAN,3
<90PCM Assessment Coverage (NID Average) District Wise Mar-Apr and Aug-Sep Rounds 2004
August & September
March & April
Not included in Post Monitoring
Vaccination Team for IDPs/Nomads
Area of indigenous endemicity
Areas not included
PCM Assessment Coverage NIDs- Southern Region - 2004
PEI and the new Afghanistan
BPHS program: Improved routine EPI coverage, due to better detection, supervision, and coordination
GAVI input and strategy: improved EPI by targeting hard to reach areas
Reconstruction of clinics: Brought routine EPI to areas previously served with much difficulty by outreach teams.
Greater involvement of women health workers in Polio SIAs
Multiplicity of health providers
Fast expansion of service with few trained heath staff
Inadequate capacity of MoPH to coordinate all of the available inputs and to monitor the quality of outputs
Returning refugees and the annual movement of nomadsThe role of recent developments on Polio Eradication Initiative