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    Immunization and child health
    DATE AUTHOR TITLE SUMMARY FILE
    01 Jul 00 Parco K & Jacobs B Assessment of Maung Russay health centres' vaccination campaigns This report provides an assessment on the effectiveness of the vaccination campaigns in Mong Russay Operational District, Battambang province, and recommendations for improving the vaccination campaign in the district. EPI_Moung_Russey.pdf
    01 Dec 00 Ministry of Health National Strategy Immuzation in Cambodia The National Strategy on Immunization in Cambodia contains objectives for
    routine immunization coverage, polio eradication, neonatal tetanus elimination, measles control, vitamin A deficiency, new interventions, injection safety, and vaccine wastage.
    The strategies and activities necessary for achieving these objectives are included in the work plan. A time line for performing these activities is also in the work plan.
    EPI-007.pdf
    Jan 2003 Cambodian Ministry of Health Immunization sticker - MoH A large sticker in Khmer encouraging caretakers to get their children immunized at least 5 times before age 1. Immunization_sticker.pdf