A Vaccination Campaign was formally inaugurated jointly by Madam Minister of Health and WHO Representative Pakistan for the marginalized population in Karachi Division with a special focus on the Afghan refugees and internally displaced persons (IDPs). The drive will cater to all those who are unable to get vaccinated through the regular process, i.e. through Sindh government CVCs operational throughout the city.

WHO is providing support for vehicles, human resources (male and female skilled immunization staff, assistant and LHW/CHW or community worker), and logistics for the outreach of COVID-19 vaccination. The service will also provide health education, social mobilization, VPD, and AEFI surveillance and curative facilities.
WHO is supporting the Department of Health for integrated health services and COVID-19 vaccination in districts of Karachi, Sindh. WHO is committed to supporting essential health services and the strengthening of COVID-19 response in Sindh and Pakistan with Federal and Provincial ministries.

Director Health Services Karachi Division, ERU Coordinator, Gujral,  and WHO Representative Pakistan inaugurated the COVID-19 Vaccination Campaign at Gadap Town, District East Karachi. Along with other government officers, Head of Office, WHO Sub-Office Sindh and Team Lead, Polio, WHO Sindh were also present at the occasion.
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