Orders issued for compilation of vaccinated children record


Secretary Local Government Sindh Najam Ahmad Shah has said that records of all children vaccinated in the province should be compiled regularly and complete records of vaccines provided to private hospitals and dispensaries should be kept. He expressed these views while presiding over a meeting on Digital Birth Registration Project in collaboration with Sindh Local Government Department and UNICEF, which was attended by officials from UNICEF, Health Department and other concerned departments. On this occasion, the Secretary was informed that under the Digital Birth Registration Project, the process for registration of newborn births is started immediately after birth in different districts of Sindh and birth registration desks established in different hospitals in this regard. Plays an important role. At the request of Najam Ahmad Shah, he was informed that the registration software for every child born is linked to the central database of NADRA, which would then help the child in obtaining documents in academic and professional matters. Is Talking on the occasion, Sindh Local Bodies Secretary Najam Ahmad Shah said that timely completion of various projects in collaboration with international organizations and benefit of the people from their benefits is a matter of utmost importance and no concession can be made. The Secretary told the Health Department officials that the complete record of all children vaccinated from public or private hospitals should be part of the government accounts with full transparency and the hospitals or dispensaries to which vaccines and medicines are being provided. All records should be compiled regularly. Talking to the Special Representative, Najam Ahmad Shah said that international organizations were working in partnership with the Sindh government on a number of health and education projects which were directly benefiting the people of the province. The Sindh Local Government Department attaches importance to timely completion and transparency in all its externally funded projects. Therefore, there is no doubt that the longlasting effects of the projects launched for the welfare of the people of Sindh are welcome and profitable for the people.

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