By Mohammad Ibrahim
Kaduna (Nigeria) – Kaduna State, Northwest Nigeria has joined the world in marking the 2015 African Vaccination Week. This is in line with the global dedication which set up 24 – 30 of April as the African Vaccination Week.
According to organizers of the event, highlights of activities for the week include radio discussion programme in both Hausa and English – the programme is expected to focus on the benefits of immunization in Africa.
Others activities include sensitisation of caregivers in undeserved/ non compliant communities in five local government areas by Journalists Against Polio.
This focuses on mainstreaming of immunization as a gift to life in some tertiary health facilities.
The event was jointly organized by JAP, State Primary Health Care Agency, and other Partners.
It would be rounded off with a parade for immunization by pupils of a primary school based in Kaduna on the 30 of April.