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Polio global emergency action plan 2012-2013; action to stop polio now in Nigeria, Pakistan and Afghanistan
  • Published Date:
    2012
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Polio global emergency action plan 2012-2013; action to stop polio now in Nigeria, Pakistan and Afghanistan
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  • Corporate Authors:
    World Health Organization, Global Polio Eradication Initiative. ; Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation ; Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (U.S.) ; ... More ▼
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    Executive Summary -- 1. Purpose -- 2. Context -- 3. Risks -- 4. Objectives -- 5. An emergency approach -- 6. Best practices and innovations to address systemic problems -- 7. Programmatic priorities by Geographic/Strategic area -- 8. Enhanced international support to the Emergency Action Plan -- 9. GPEI Architecture to Improve Oversight, Accountability and Coordination10. Funding for polio eradication -- 11. Polio Eradication and Endgame Strategy 2014-18 -- Annex 1: Emergency actions for 2012-13 and expected outcomes -- Annex 2: High-level achievement signposts and progress monitoring of the Global Polio Emergency Action Plan 2012-13 -- Annex 3: Global Polio Eradication Initiative architecture

    The Global Polio Eradication Emergency Action Plan aims to boost vaccination coverage in Nigeria, Pakistan and Afghanistan, the three remaining polio endemic countries, to levels needed to stop polio transmission. Developed in coordination with country national emergency plans, the global plan builds on India's success in stopping polio transmission and outlines a range of new strategies and initiatives to better support eradication efforts, including: Intensified focus on worst-performing areas of Nigeria, Pakistan and Afghanistan to increase vaccination coverage by end of 2012 to levels needed to stop transmission; New approaches tailored to each country to tackle persistent challenges and improve polio vaccination campaign performance; Heightened accountability, coordination and oversight to ensure success at every level of government and within every partner agency and organization; Surge of technical assistance and social mobilization capacity.

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