Pakistan Polio Eradication Programme Islamabad Jobs in Pakistan 2019
|No. of Vacancies
|Bachelor, Master, MA, B.E, M.Sc, MS
|Pakistan Polio Eradication Programme
|Date of Post
|30 October 2019
|Last Date of Apply
|15 November 2019.
Name of Posts :
- Director Security, Director Protocol, Director Project Development Unit, Maintenance Engineer.
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Instruction and General Conditions :
- All Post are not transferable and temporary
- The Applications should accompany the attested photocopies of qualification,Matric certificate,Domicile certificate / PRC and CNIC and other required qualifications.
- No TA/DA will be given to candidates.
- Government Servants can apply through proper channel.
- The No. of Posts can be Decrease or Increase.
- Incomplete Applications can not be entertained.
- After due date the applications can not be entertained.
- Candidates applying for more than one position need to apply separately for each position.
How to apply :
Interested Candidates can send their CV and the relevant Documents on the P.O Box No.3381, G.P.O Islamabad
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The World Health Organization (WHO) is the directing and coordinating authority for public health within the United Nations system. The WHO Regional Office for the Eastern Mediterranean is one of WHO’s 6 regional offices around the world.
It serves the WHO Eastern Mediterranean Region, which comprises 21 Member States and Palestine (West Bank and Gaza Strip), with a population of nearly 679 million people.
Pakistan is one of only 2 remaining countries in the world with ongoing wild poliovirus transmission, along with Afghanistan.
WHO, with UNICEF and other key partners of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, supports the Government of Pakistan in polio eradication efforts to ensure that Pakistan achieves polio-free status.
Pakistan has come a long way in its struggle to eradicate polio. In the early 1990s, the annual incidence of polio was estimated at more than 20 000 cases a year.
Since its initiation in 1994, the national polio eradication programme has made major strides in reaching children with immunization in all parts of the country.
Thanks to the centres, the programme is now further supported by the availability of high-quality data and comprehensive, real-time risk assessment and monitoring, resulting in better campaign quality and better response to outbreaks.