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Janyau, while receiving executive members of the state Maternal New born and Child Health(MNCH) Coalition who paid him a  visit, said the idea was in…

Janyau, while receiving executive members of the state Maternal New born and Child Health(MNCH) Coalition who paid him a  visit, said the idea was in line with the national immunization policy which stressed the need for governments to ensure the establishment of at least one cold store in each of the state’s political ward.
The commissioner said the supply of the equipment would be carried out in phases in partnership with the national primary health care development agency, adding that the project is designed to complement the efforts of routine immunization stakeholders in the country.
Alhaji Kabir, who is also chairman of the Nigeria’s forum of health commissioners, maintained that part of the agreement was that the firm would be responsible for the replacement of any solar equipment that fails to function within the period stipulated in the agreement.
Earlier, the state coordinator of the MNCH Coalition, Alhaji Ibrahim Tudu, who was represented by Alhaji Lawali Isa Bungudu, said they were at the office to brief him about the outcome of the coalition’s cold stores assessment with a view to bridging the emerging gaps.
He said 33 out of the 147 political wards of the state do not have cold stores, an act which contradicts the national immunization policy, particularly with the introduction of pentavalent vaccine late last year.

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