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  • Mali
    GTCV (Groupes Techniques Consultatifs pour la Vaccination)

    Le Ministre de la Santé du Mali nomme les membres du GTCV

    04.09.2018

    Quatre après la signature de l'arrêté du 31 décembre 2014 portant création, composition et fonctionnement du Groupe Technique Consultatif pour les vaccins et la vaccination au Mali (GTCV-Mali), le Ministre de la Santé et de l'Hygiène Publique a nommé le 8 août 2018 les 13 membres du GTCV ainsi que les membres de liaison et les membres ex-officio.

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  • Royaume-uni
    GTCV (Groupes Techniques Consultatifs pour la Vaccination)

    JCVI recommends to extend vaccination against HPV to boys

    18.07.2018

    The Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisations (JCVI) has recommended that the HPV immunisation programme should be extended to cover boys.

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  • Ghana
    GTCV (Groupes Techniques Consultatifs pour la Vaccination)

    Ghana inaugurates the NITAG

    11.07.2018

    On 16th May 2018, the Honorable minister of Health inaugurated NITAG-Ghana at the MoH conference room. Thus, Ghana took a bold step to join GAVI-eligible countries in sub-Saharan Africa to establish a National Immunization Technical Advisory Group (NITAG).

     

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  • Europe
    Politique de santé

    New study on the introduction of rotavirus vaccine in the national immunization programs of Finland, Denmark, Norway and Sweden

    28.05.2018

    This study illustrates how four countries with comparable public health-care systems and similar burden of rotavirus disease arrive at different decisions regarding potential introduction of rotavirus vaccine in the NIP.

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  • Ameriques
    GTCV (Groupes Techniques Consultatifs pour la Vaccination)

    The Caribbean Immunization Technical Advisory Group (CiTAG), the first NITAG of its kind

    27.03.2018

    With 22 small countries/territories, the Caribbean faced a great challenge in stablishing NITAGs. Given the history of Caribbean countries working successfully together in health, the Health Ministers took the wise decision in 2017 to establish a sub-regional NITAG. This is an efficient mechanism to provide independent advice on immunization to the Ministers of Health in keeping with the recommendations of the Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP) and PAHO’S Regional Immunization Action Plan (RIAP).

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    SAGE (Groupe stratégique consultatif d’experts sur la vaccination)

    Nouvelle note de synthèse de l'OMS sur les vaccins BCG

    28.02.2018

    Cette note de synthèse remplace celle publiée par l’OMS en 2004 sur le vaccin contenant le bacille de Calmette-Guérin (BCG) et la Révision des lignes directrices relatives à la vaccination par le BCG des nourrissons exposés au risque d’infection par le virus de l’immunodéficience humaine (HIV) publiée en 2007. Elle intègre les acquisitions récentes dans le domaine de la tuberculose, fournit des orientations révisées sur la vaccination des enfants infectés par le VIH et souligne à nouveau l’importance de la dose de vaccin BCG à la naissance.

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  • Chine
    GTCV (Groupes Techniques Consultatifs pour la Vaccination)

    A brand new way of training NITAG : the exemple of China

    05.02.2018

    A unique training for NITAG was organized in Beijing on December 12-14 2017. For the first time, the training gathered together NITAG chair and members but also the working group leaders, ex-officio members and liaison members as well as NITAG from other countries as facilitators.
     

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  • Kazakhstan
    GTCV (Groupes Techniques Consultatifs pour la Vaccination)

    Voice from the field : Lyazzat Yeraliyeva

    14.11.2017

    The NITAG of Kazakhstan recently launched their website to make their recommendations available and promote the work of the members. Lyazzat Yeraliyeva, former Chair of the NITAG, now acts as the Deputy Chair.

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    GTCV (Groupes Techniques Consultatifs pour la Vaccination)

    Strenghtening NITAGs through the Partnership for Influenza Vaccine Introduction

    07.11.2017

    The Partnership for Influenza Vaccine Introduction (PIVI), based at The Task Force for Global Health (TFGH), is an innovative public/private program that partners with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Ministries of Health, corporate partners and others to create sustainable, routine, seasonal influenza vaccination programs in low- and middle-income countries.   PIVI’s goal is to create routine, seasonal influenza vaccination programs to protect communities from the impacts of both seasonal and pandemic influenza. Working with countries’ Ministries of Health, as well as with other technical collaborators, PIVI supports capacity building for NITAGs to make evidence-based vaccine policy decision making.  These activities are coordinated with NITAG strengthening work carried out through other projects and cooperative funding agreements between countries and CDC’s Influenza and Global Immunization Divisions.  The work is also closely coordinated with NITAG focal points in WHO regional and country offices.  

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