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Report of the Expanded Programme on Immunization Global Advisory Group Meeting, 20-23 October 1980, Geneva.
[Unpublished] 1980. 39 p. (EPI/GEN/80/1)This report of the Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI) Global Advisory Group Meeting, held during October 1980 in Geneva, Switzerland, presents conclusions and recommendations, global and regional overviews, working group discussions, and outlines global advisory group activities for 1981. In terms of global strategies, the EPI confronts dual challenges: to reduce morbidity and mortality by providing immunizations for all children of the world by 1990; and to develop immunization services in consonance with other health services, particularly those directed towards mothers and children, so they can mutually strengthen the approach of primary health care. Increased resources are needed to support the expansion of immunization services and to establish them as permanent elements of the health care system. The Global Advisory Group affirms the importance of setting quantified targets as a basic principle of management and endorses the principle of setting targets for the reduction of the EPI diseases at national, regional, and global levels. The primary focus for the World Health Organization (WHO) in promoting the EPI continues to be the support to national program implementation in all its aspects. The Group reviewed current EPI immunization schedules and policies and concurs in the following: for measles, for most developing countries, the available data support the current recommendations of administering a single dose of vaccine to children as early as possible after the child reaches the age of 9 months; for DPT, children in the 1st year of life should receive a series of 3 DPT doses administered at intervals of at least 1 month; for tetanus toxoid, the control of neonatal and puerperal tetanus by immunizing women of childbearing age, particularly pregnant women, is endorsed; for poliomyelitis, the Group endorses the "Outline for WHO's Research on Poliomyelitis, Polioviruses and Poliomyelitis Vaccines" prepared by the WHO Working Group convened in October 1980, i.e., for oral (live) vaccines, a 3-dose schedule, administered simultaneously with DPT vaccine, is recommended again; and for BCG concurred with the Advisory Committee on Medical Research conclusion that the use of BCG as an anti-tuberculosis measure within the EPI should be continued as at present. The implementation of programs at the national level remains the foremost priority for the EPI. National commitment, evidenced in part by the designation of a national manager, the establishment of realistic targets, and the allocation of adequate resources, is essential if programs are to succeed.
Washington, D.C., World Bank, 1980. 146 p.Add to my documents.
Peshawar, Pakistan, Pakistan Academy for Rural Development, 1980.Add to my documents.
Report of the World Conference of the United Nations Decade for Women: Equality, Development and Peace, Copenhagen, 14 to 30 July 1980.
New York, N.Y., United Nations, 1980. viii, 238 p. (A/CONF.94/35)Add to my documents.
The study of interrelations between population, resources, environment and development: report to the Economic and Social Council.
In: Interrelations: resources, environment, population and development. New York, N.Y., U.N. Dept. of International Economic and Social Affairs, 1980. 79-106.Add to my documents.
[Education, culture, and socialization of immigrants; activities and proposals of the Council of Europe] Educazione, cultura, socializzazione degli emigrati; attivita e proposte del Consiglio d'Europa.
Studi Emigrazione. 1980 Mar; 17(57):61-68.Add to my documents.
[Policies of European countries concerning the education of immigrant children] La politica dei paesi europei in materia di formazione scolastica dei figli degli emigrati.
Studi Emigrazione. 1980 Mar; 17(57):44-60.Add to my documents.