Children Vaccination, City Backward

CMO inaugurating the workshop
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Lalitpur. The district is lagging behind in routine immunization to protect infants from eleven diseases due to corona infection. So far, only eighteen percent of babies have been vaccinated. The department will improve by taking the cooperation of Chai Sanstha for 100% vaccination. On Tuesday, a one-day workshop was organized by the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) organization.
In the workshop, Chief Medical Officer Dr. GP Shukla said that micro-plan should be prepared on the basis of data, emphasis was also given on dualist, as well as detailed discussion about the maintenance and quality of cold chain. He said that efforts should be made to improve vaccination services with the help of Chai Sanstha. Vaccination should be done keeping in mind the problems being faced in the field, so that 100% beneficiaries can be vaccinated. Build better synergy between ASHA, ANM and Anganwadi worker. Make a quarterly micro plan to achieve the goal of vaccination. Suggested to hold review meeting and district review meeting on the block. District Immunization Officer Dr. Hussain Khan said that regular immunization program is the most powerful means of protecting children and mothers from deadly diseases. He said that in collaboration with the Clinton Health Foundation, immunization services will lead to better outcomes and we will be able to easily reduce infant mortality through vaccination. The model will be developed in the form of a block with the help of institutions, as well as the target of 100% vaccination will be achieved.
The District Immunization Officer said that routine vaccination is lagging behind due to Kovid. Till now only eighteen percent vaccination has been done in the district. In order to reach the 90% vaccination target in the future, continuous improvement in immunization with mutual co-ordination and cooperation is necessary. With continuous efforts, the target of vaccination will definitely be achieved. District representative of the organization Deepak Dubey and Chai’s cluster lead Sajid Ali told about the regular immunization program management unit that necessary cooperation will be given in the district for the improvement of vaccination. DPM Razia Firoz also talked about paying attention to the goal of vaccination and cooperation of Chai Sanstha. Dr. Sumit Baghel, Surveillance Medical Officer from the World Health Organization, told all the participants on the basis of monitoring data that there is a need to convert partial immunization to complete immunization. More and more people will be made aware about vaccination to vaccinate by ANM and ASHA. During this, ACMO Dr. DC Dohra, Medical Officer in-charge of Block, DCPM, ARO, BPM, Data Operator officers and employees were present.

Lalitpur. The district is lagging behind in routine immunization to protect infants from eleven diseases due to corona infection. So far, only eighteen percent of babies have been vaccinated. The department will improve by taking the cooperation of Chai Sanstha for 100% vaccination. On Tuesday, a one-day workshop was organized by the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) organization.

In the workshop, Chief Medical Officer Dr. GP Shukla said that micro-plan should be prepared on the basis of data, emphasis was also given on dualist, as well as detailed discussion about the maintenance and quality of cold chain. He said that efforts should be made to improve vaccination services with the help of Chai Sanstha. Vaccination should be done keeping in mind the problems being faced in the field, so that 100% beneficiaries can be vaccinated. Build better synergy between ASHA, ANM and Anganwadi worker. Make a quarterly micro plan to achieve the goal of vaccination. Suggested to hold review meeting and district review meeting on the block. District Immunization Officer Dr. Hussain Khan said that regular immunization program is the most powerful means of protecting children and mothers from deadly diseases. He said that in collaboration with the Clinton Health Foundation, immunization services will lead to better outcomes and we will be able to easily reduce infant mortality through vaccination. The model will be developed in the form of a block with the help of institutions, as well as the goal of 100% vaccination will be achieved.

The District Immunization Officer said that routine vaccination is lagging behind due to Kovid. Till now only eighteen percent vaccination has been done in the district. In order to reach the 90% vaccination target in the future, continuous improvement in immunization with mutual co-ordination and cooperation is necessary. With continuous efforts, the target of vaccination will definitely be achieved. District representative of the organization Deepak Dubey and Chai’s cluster lead Sajid Ali told about the regular immunization program management unit that necessary cooperation will be given in the district for the improvement of vaccination. DPM Razia Firoz also talked about paying attention to the goal of vaccination and cooperation of Chai Sanstha. Dr. Sumit Baghel, Surveillance Medical Officer from the World Health Organization, told all the participants on the basis of monitoring data that there is a need to convert partial immunization to complete immunization. More and more people will be made aware about vaccination to vaccinate by ANM and ASHA. During this, ACMO Dr. DC Dohra, Medical Officer in-charge of Block, DCPM, ARO, BPM, Data Operator officers and employees were present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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