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The Rotary has committed to raising US 50 million dollars per year over the next three years in support of global polio eradication efforts.
The new grant will help strengthen polio surveillance through adaptation of new technology and contribute towards polio eradication in the country.
The new grant will help strengthen polio surveillance through new technology and contribute towards polio eradication in the country.
He was presiding over a meeting of Provincial Task Force on Polio Eradication, at Civil Secretariat here on Thursday.
She said a good number of women who have embraced government's poverty eradication initiatives in the Southern District is a step in the right direction.
pylori eradication with standard quadruple therapy was performed for patients with confirmed H.
Spiller, a retired professor of criminal justice and former marine and sheriff, details the mission of the Black Hawk Counter Narcotics Infantry Team as an advisory and training unit for the Afghanistan National Army during a poppy eradication operation in Helmand Province during the Afghanistan war.
The PPP chairman while directing manifesto committee of the party, said that it should devise a revolutionary programme for the eradication of poverty and take practical measures for poverty alleviation.
pylori eradication was assessed by the urea breath test four weeks after the end of treatment.
The Government of Afghanistan has established Centre for National Polio Emergency Eradication Operations that will work towards eliminating the polio virus from the country.
The Foreign Ministry will appoint the first group of four experts to the committee on the operation of the Contribution to Global Disease Eradication system, which was set up on January 1, 2017, pursuant to the relevant act.