The Polio Eradication Officers - Sialkot - WHO - UN

Under the technical supervision of team leader of WHO for the eradication provincial and federal general supervision of the WHO Representative, the agent for polio eradication will be responsible for all activities of the eradication of polio in the district assigned (s) and perform the following functions:

AFP surveillance

1. Support of district health authorities to ensure that there is a system for the detection and complete response AFP.

Additional 2nd district health authorities / staff efforts to ensure the timely investigation of all AFP cases, including the collection and transportation of stool timely and appropriate action already taken in response to monitoring results.

3. Carry out regular visits to sites to ensure that reports are not lost cases of AFP / not say.

4. To facilitate that all AFP cases, the data are collected properly, the line-list, analyze and interpret the time, and presented to the provincial government.

5. Regularly monitor the quality of surveillance data circuit (s) of responsibility.

6th Participate detailed epidemiological studies of acute (hot), confirmed and compatible cases of polio and AFP with zero dose of OPV routine.

7th Participate in the training of health professionals in AFP surveillance.

8. To assist in making sure you include all high risk / poor / immigrant population is under the supervision of the network and all their AFP reported.

9th Supporting the strengthening of surveillance of measles and maternal and neonatal tetanus.

Polio immunization campaigns additional (EID)

1. To provide technical support for pre-campaign activities, including planning, preparation and monitoring of the quality of the region-level micro-planning at the Union, tehsil and district levels.

2nd Monitor availability of human and material resources and provide the support necessary to increase them.

Ensure the third selection of vaccinators and supervisors trained in accordance with the guidelines

4. Monitor and support the training of pre-campaign stage, because of the different health workers, vaccination and surveillance.

5. Monitor and supervise the work of all categories of health workers during the execution of the campaign and share the main conclusions and recommendations / action items with the authorities on a daily basis.

6th monitor resource use and report the problem if necessary.

7. Participating in the identification and selection of an appropriate independent monitoring and monitor email campaign process and the validity of the information.

8th-depth analysis of the post-campaign for independent monitoring of the data after each round of immunization for: a) corrective action according to the guidelines, b) identify issues to be resolved before the round following schedule and c) communicate and help EDO (H) measures required, if any.

9. Support the EDO-H and his team in the analysis of vaccination and the data (administrative and monitoring) and modify operations as needed.

10. Help EDO H DPEC prepare a report in accordance with the provincial and the emergency action plan and seek support from the public sector and civil society / private sector.

11. Give special attention to high-risk groups in all stages of the campaign in line with specific strategies to help people at risk from the Ministry of Health and Agency procurement action plan to eradicate polio in 2011.


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