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Procurement of EPI Vaccines & Syringes during the Financial year 2018-19

The Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI), Ministry of national Health Services, Regulations & Coordination, Government of Pakistan, invites technical & Financial bids in separate sealed covers on Delivered Duty Paid (DDP) basis at the Federal EPI Cell, Prime Minister’s National Health Complex, Chak Shahzad, Park Road, Islamabad.
Publication of Tender Notice vaccine 23.11.2018

EPI Warehouse Staff Job Description

EPI Warehouse Staff job description define the role & hierarchy of staff working in the warehouse; this document details the titles, Essential Duties and Responsibilities. Concluded by the performance evaluation process.

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EPI Staff Health & Safety Manual

The Federal Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) Warehouse is committed to ensure workplace safety and security. The purpose of this manual is to ensure a safe and healthy work
environment for all warehouse staff.

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EPI Warehouse Monitoring Checklist

Monitoring of a program or intervention involves the collection of routine data that measure progress toward achieving program objectives. This is used to track changes in program performance over time.

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VPD Surveillance Report, January – March, 2016

Total of 3,380 measles suspected cases reported in first quarter of 2016. Out of these
suspected cases 1,151 blood samples were collected for Laboratory confirmation. 415 (36%)
samples were found positive. Majority (61%) measles confirmed cases reported from Sindh followed by KPK 37% and ICT
33% respectively.

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Executive Summary (Urdu Version) of the National Immunization Support Program (NISP) – Environmental and Social Management Plan (ESMP)

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EPI reforms report 2015

Pakistan is one of the major consumers of EPI vaccines in the world catering to a huge population and an accompanying growth rate. The total annual consumption of vaccines costs approximately Rs. 45 billion for Routine Immunization (RI) and Rs.6 billion for anti-polio campaigns, which are known as supplemental immunization activities. Unfortunately, in the past, limited attention has been given to establishing a functioning supply chain system across levels, particularly at the federal level.

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A Community Approach to World Pneumonia Day

Vaccine implementation requires policy and community-level approaches to ensure on the one
hand that vaccines are available and on the other hand that parents bring their children to be
immunized. Two events held in Pakistan this year on World Pneumonia Day illustrate the
importance of these approaches.

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