The recent Measles Rubella (MR) mop-up campaign in Kohima District has reported a commendable success rate of 96%. The campaign, which took place from November 20 to 30, aimed to vaccinate individuals who may have been left out or missed earlier rounds of vaccination.
During a meeting held at the Conference Hall of Deputy Commissioner Kohima, District Program Officer for RCH/UIP Kohima, Dr. Khrievilhou Nakhro, highlighted the achievements of the campaign. He emphasized the importance of developing a micro plan to identify and reach those who had not yet received the MR vaccination.
Dr. Nakhro expressed his gratitude to all stakeholders and line departments for their continuous support throughout the campaign. He urged them to contribute wholeheartedly to achieve the targeted goals.
The activities of the Indian Social Responsibility Network (ISRN) were also presented during the meeting. District Coordinator for ISRN, Kehile Semp, provided a comprehensive report on the organization’s efforts, while District Consultant Areni shared valuable experiences gained during the vaccination drive.
In his closing remarks, Deputy Commissioner Kumar Ramnikant commended the District Task Force for Immunization Team for their dedicated efforts. He urged all stakeholders and line departments to intensify their efforts in spreading awareness about the benefits of the MR vaccination to ensure the long-term success of the campaign.
This successful vaccination campaign not only showcases the commitment of the Kohima District Task Force for immunization but also highlights the importance of collaborative efforts in achieving public health goals. The high success rate serves as an encouragement for future vaccination campaigns in the area, ensuring the health and well-being of the community.
Q: What was the success rate of the MR vaccination campaign in Kohima District?
A: The campaign achieved a notable 96% success rate.
Q: When did the campaign take place?
A: The MR mop-up campaign in Kohima District occurred from November 20 to 30.
Q: What was the purpose of the campaign?
A: The campaign aimed to vaccinate individuals who may have been left out or missed earlier rounds of vaccination for Measles Rubella.
Q: What organizations were involved in the campaign?
A: The District Task Force for Immunization, Indian Social Responsibility Network (ISRN), and various line departments and stakeholders collaborated in the vaccination campaign.