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The HPV Prevention and Control Board convened its sixth meeting in Columbia in order to address the drastic drop in HPV vaccine uptake among eligible girls in school-based vaccination programme since 2014. The meeting brought together national and international experts to report the disease burden, epidemiology and surveillance of HPV and HPV-related cancers, and to discuss the successes and challenges of HPV vaccination and screening in Columbia.
Strengthening capacities among digital health leaders for the development and implementation of national digital health programs in Nigeria
Federal Ministry of Health Nigeria and the WHO country Office, Nigeria organised a digital health capacity workshop across the six geo-political zones of Nigeria. This workshop provided a forum to deliberate important issues regarding sustainable and cost-effective digital health solutions that could be scaled to strengthen health service delivery in Nigeria.
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