Management Plan

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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Comprehensive Multi Year Plan Federal Capital

Pakistan has a legal and administrative structure stipulating official registration of births according to standard procedures. In 2000, the government established the National Database and Registration Authority (NADRA) to oversee registration of the population. All children under age 18 are registered using the “Bay Form,” and adults age 18 and older are issued a computerized national identity card (CNIC).

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Comprehensive Multi Year Plan CDAComprehensive Multi Year Plan Punjab

In 1960, the Government of Pakistan decided to relocate the capital of country out of Karachiand establish a new city, Islamabad, as the Capital of Pakistan. The Capital DevelopmentAuthority (CDA) was created to undertake the municipal functions. In 1981, the Federal Government reorganized the administrative hierarchy and created a new administrative setup, the Islamabad Administration.

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Comprehensive Multi Year Plan Sindh

The province of Sindh and the people residing in the region are named after the river known as the Sindhu before partition and now called the Indus River. In Sanskrit, Sindhu means “river, stream”, and in particular refers to the Indus river. In 325 BC the Greeks conquered Sindh under the command of Alexander the Great and rendered it as Indos, which is the modern Indus. The Indus Valley civilization is the farthest known settlement of archaeology in prehistoric times.

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Comprehensive Multi Year Plan KP

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP), one of the four provinces of Pakistan is among the least developed and crisis prone province in Pakistan. KP province accounts for 10 percent area of Pakistan with 13 percent of population residing in seven administrative divisions. About 69 percent of population lives in the rural areas, above national average size of 4.8 members per household compared to national average of 3.8, low literacy rate of 49 percent, less than 50 percent of population is having access to tap water connections, and high unemployment rates of 8.5 percent1.

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Comprehensive Multi Year Plan Balochistan

Balochistan, the largest of the four provinces of Pakistan, spreads over an area of 347,190 Sq. Kms, forming 43.6 percent of the total area of Pakistan. It has scattered population and is smallest in proportion as compared to that of other provinces. Due to highly scattered population and rough terrain, many areas are difficult to reach.

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Comprehensive Multi Year Plan AJ&K

Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK) is one the four federally administered territories in Pakistan. It is located in the northeast of the Capital Islamabad and separated from Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir by the Line of Control (LoC). The Ministry of Kashmir Affairs and Gilgit-Baltistan, the Government of Pakistan looks after the matters pertaining to AJK government.

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Comprehensive Multi Year Plan FATA

Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) is one the four federally administered territories in Pakistan. It is located in the northwest of the Capital Islamabad and separates Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK) province of Pakistan from Afghanistan.

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