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For the 7th African Vaccination Week Celebration

The federal Ministry of Health in collaboration with its partners is organizing the 7th African Vaccination Week (AVW) from April 24 – 30, 2017.  The AVW is commemorated every year to renew global, regional, and national effort that accelerates communities’ awareness on demand creation and service utilization which enables to improve equitable vaccination coverage and quality service delivery. In this relation, this year the launching ceremony will be conducted at Oromoia Region Fiche Town under the theme “Vaccine protect everyone. Get Vaccinated”.  Therefore, FMoH assigned CCRDA/ECSHF to facilitate inviting forum members and researchers to submit abstracts of published researches and preliminary finding related to immunization dropout rate.

 

Preferred Title: Factors Contributing for Dropout and low coverage of immunization service

Date of AVW launching – April 24, 2017Place – Oromia Region, Fiche town

Abstract submission deadline: April 17, 2017

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