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M-RVC District Task Force meeting held in Peren

M-RVC District Task Force meeting held in Peren
DC Peren, S. Tainiu along with other officials during the second DTFI held at the Peren DC’s conference on September 11.
DIMAPUR | Publish Date: 9/12/2018 10:07:00 AM IST

The second District Task Force (DTF) meeting for the Measles-Rubella Vaccination Campaign (M-RVC), Peren district was held on September 11 at the Deputy Commissioner’s Conference hall, New Headquarter Peren.

A press release from CMO office, district media officer, Pezanguno Celine Secii stated that DPO, RCH/UIP, Dr. Nukshisangla gave a slide-show presentation on the M-RVC held across the district. She highlighted the first DTFI meeting minutes and acknowledged various departments for their help and support. In her presentation she also gave a briefing on the M-RVC preparedness activities completed so far, and the district’s targeted beneficiaries. The presentation included the various ongoing activities. She urged the DC for letters to be sent out to all the village councils so that the campaign could be publicized through microphone announcements, one or two days prior to the campaign. 

Chairing the program, DC Peren, S. Tainiu, who is also the chairman of DTF, said that the outcome of the meeting should impact the overall performance of the program that is to be carried out. She also highlighted the misconceptions and false rumours during and after the campaign as being very important issues that needs to be taken care of. She suggested that all vaccinators be trained on the Adverse Effects Following Immunization (AEFI). She also assured the meeting that instructions and information will be sent out to all the village councils as suggested, and she also promised the administration’s full cooperation towards the campaign.

RRT WHO for Peren, Dr. Ushma, suggested that the campaign concentrate on a few big schools where parents could also be sensitized regarding the M-RCV to clear their doubts and queries

Officials of various departments from the chief medical office, school education, social welfare, district public relations office and administration attended the meeting.

 

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