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    In preparation for EIW, NCDC translated into Georgian and adapted several WHO/EURO materials including posters, infographics, background information and key messages.
  2. Campaign in Zoo took place at the end of immunization week on 28th of April at Tbilisi Zoo. Animators were invited for organizing entertainment activities for children such as games, competitions in dancing and painting. NCDC with volunteers from Tbilisi State Medical University will distribute all leaflets, balloons with campaign logo and chalks.
  3. On 27th of April working meeting on Measles was conducted with participation of over 50 staff of NCDC, WHO, UNICEF, CDC, regional public health specials and pediatricians to discuss issues on the below mentioned topics: - Measles and Rubella Global and Regional Epidemiological Overview - Analysis of Measles outbreak in Georgia - Immunization Coverage Survey results and recommendations - Results and recommendations of two KAP surveys on immunization conducted among parents (UNICEF funded) and Adults (CDC/WHO funded) - Immunization Management Module challenges and achievements - Responses to current measles outbreak - Measles and Rubella Elimination Plan
  4. Campaign in Policlinic. On 25th of April one of the big primary health care facility (policlinic) “Janmrtelobis Sakhli” involved in immunization program in Tbilisi hosted the campaign. During the campaign information leaflets and gifts such as balloons, mugs, paper notebooks, bags and pen with campaign logo was distributed among parents, their children and HCWs by NCDC and Medical University volunteers.
  5. Belarus: Mogilev region to join European Immunization Week ... Mogilev region will join European Immunization Week that takes place April 25-30. Armenia: European Immunization Week celebrated on April 24-30 ... European Immunization Week (EIW) is celebrated across the European Region every April. It aims to raise awareness of the importance of immunization for ... Georgia Immunization Week - AJARATV (VIDEO) Vaccinate and protect” press-conference was held in connection to the European Immunization week. This year week is dedicated to Rubella and Measles... UK, Northern Irland: Importance of immunisation from pre-birth to teenage years ... HealthCanal.com - The Public Health Agency (PHA) is marking European Immunisation Week (24–30 April 2016) by celebrating the excellent childhood immunisation uptake levels being achieved in Northern Ireland, but also reminding parents of the importance of immunisation.
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