New members of the ZIMNITAG are oriented

Zimbabwe
NITAGs
12 December 2016

High level national officials and international organizations representatives attended the launch of the ZIMNITAG which took place on November 30th 2016. It was officiated by Honorable Minister of Health and Child Care representative, Mr T Zigora-CEO Parirenyatwa.

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The ZIMNITAG which was established in 2011 renewed its membership in July 2016. New members received the ZIMNITAG internal procedures manual and signed the conflict of interest declaration as well as the confidentiality agreement.
The inauguration was followed by the inception meeting whose outcomes include the formation of the first working group tasked with the preparation of  recommendations on Hepatitis B and Tetanus.

 

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