KENITAG Meeting

Kenya
27 February 2015

The National Immunization Technical Advisory Group of Kenya (KENITAG) will hold its first 2015 quartely meeting, from February 27th to 28th of 2015, with support from the Agence de Médecine Préventive (AMP).

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