Drawing up the NITAG's Internal Procedures Manual

Formation
 
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Titre original
Drawing up the NITAG's Internal Procedures Manual
Auteur(s)
SIVAC
AMP
Source(s)
AMP - Agence de Médecine Préventive
SIVAC Initiative
Année de publication
2015

Description

The internal procedures manual sets forth the rules and procedures applicable to the NITAG for its establishment and operations. The secretariat can use this document as a framework, making the necessary amendments in line with the specific national context. The internal manual must include the NITAG's terms of reference, as stated in the official document establishing the NITAG. Each NITAG core member must sign the internal procedures manual by the launch of the NITAG.

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