Committee members nominated in Swaziland

the Kingdom of eSwatini
21 March 2017

Following the recommendation of the Middle Income Country Stragtegy conducted in november 2015, Swaziland officially establishes its NITAG. The committee will guide policy makers as well as the programme on making evidence-based immunization related policy decisions.

The areas of expertise represented in the NITAG are: pediatrics, epidemiology, research and vaccinology, programme manager, medical officer, immunization logistics. The NITAG currently has a total of 7 members. 


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