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  • Cervical Cancer Vaccination for next year

    As Uganda commemorates the African Vaccination Week, the ministry of health has announced plans to roll out mass cervical cancer and diarrhoea vaccination next year, said Rukia Nakamatte.

  • African Vaccination Week

    The World Immunization Week (also known as Africa Vaccination Week, AVW) is held during the last week of April all over the world.This year the AVW activities in Uganda will be conducted from 24th April to 30th April 2014.

  • Government Changes Polio Vaccine

    Under UNEPI, the government of Uganda will next year introduce injectable polio vaccine for children to substitute orally-administered ones, a senior Health ministry official said.

  • Uganda Hits Immunization Target

    Uganda’s immunization coverage has hit 98 per cent, taking the second position in the region after Rwanda, the Director General of Health Services said, speaking at a media dialogue in Kampala.

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Cervical Cancer Vaccination for next year

As Uganda commemorates the African Vaccination Week, the ministry of health has announced plans to roll out mass cervical cancer and diarrhoea vaccination next year, said Rukia Nakamatte.
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African Vaccination Week

The World Immunization Week (also known as Africa Vaccination Week, AVW) is held during the last week of April all over the world.This year the AVW activities in Uganda will be conducted from 24th April to  30th April 2014.
Read more
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Government changes Polio Vaccine

Under UNEPI, the government of Uganda will next year introduce injectable polio vaccine for children to substitute orally-administered ones, a senior Health ministry official said.
Read more
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Uganda Hits Immunization Target

Uganda’s immunization coverage has hit 98 per cent, taking the second position in the region after Rwanda, the Director General of Health Services said, speaking at a media dialogue in Kampala.
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UGANDA GAVI CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANIZATION PLATFORM

Sabrina KitakaDear Reader,

I would like to welcome you to this dynamic online Uganda GAVI Civil Society Organization Platform, where members and partners, as well as the public can interact and discuss issues concerning the immunization status of our population.

In the past, Uganda used to have one of the most vibrant immunization programs in Africa. Read more

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AFRICAN VACCINATION WEEK

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