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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Measles still a menace to society

A small insect bite or an ordinary rash on my children gives me a nightmare now” says Muhammad Younis a 41 year overseas Pakistani and a father to 2 beautiful children.

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Pneumonia, the Leading cause of Children Death

I am a fighter and I am ready to face all the test that Allah will put me in” says Quaid-e-Azam, a 35 years energetic Hotel Manager in Ramboor, Kailash Valley, Chitral. Quaid-e-Azam strongly believes that Allah gauges his believers in many ways and the condition of his son is also one of test for him.

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A Family Epidemic

Seeing my seven children suffering from same life threatening condition was more than a couple of month’s long misery as it was a ‘curse in succession, started from my oldest son and did not stop until it got all of my seven innocent children.

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Pneumonia, the Leading cause of Children Death

Its summer time in Kailash Valley, Chitral and Mr. Farman Ullah is interacting with a Government EPI Official to share his strenuous experience trying to save his young daughter who ultimately lost her battle with Pneumonia.

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