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A 1, square meter warehouse was established in Maiduguri which could dispatch medicines, nutrition items, health kits and hospital supplies to all 27 Local Government Areas.

By the end of there were 15 besieged areas where up topeople, including an estimatedchildren, remained trapped. Nearly five million people, including more than two million children, live in areas that are extremely difficult to reach with humanitarian assistance due to fighting, insecurity and restricted access. Bitter, unseasonable cold that swept the region increased hardship for children in the country and for the 2. UNICEF hygiene kits, water purification tablets and jerry cans were among the supplies that reachedpeople, including 88, children.

Nearly 3 million people gained access to water through the construction, rehabilitation and operation of systems; while over 1. Hygiene kits reachedpeople. More than 1 million children were targeted for treatment for severe acute malnutrition.

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Polio challenges Ina major humanitarian crisis unfolded in northeast Nigeria, where violence and destruction caused huge population displacements, left hundreds of thousands of children trapped in areas that are inaccessible to humanitarian assistance because of insecurity, and led to a dramatic increase in malnutrition. The country which had been declared polio-free only a year before, re-joined the list of endemic countries. Nigeria and humanitarian partners responded on a massive scale.

In Pakistan, seven police officers were killed in Karachi while guarding polio workers and a polio vaccinator was shot in Jamrud. A mother and daughter attend a yellow fever immunization clinic in Ondjiva, Cunene Province. The disease spread quickly through an urban, highly mobile population, and had to be contained through immunization.

In past years, the global emergency stockpile of six million YFV doses was enough to address an outbreak in one country. However, with Angola, DRC and Uganda all making urgent requests for the vaccine, the supply situation became critical.

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YFV takes a year to produce so it would take time for manufacturers to increase current stock. Iron deficiency and other hypoproliferative anemias.

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Seidel J et al. Guidelines for management of Iron deficiency anemia. Gut 46 suppl IV: Batra J, Seth P. Effect of iron defeciency on developing rat brain. Indian Journal of Clinical Biochemistry 17 2: Nutritional anemias in India. Prevetion of iron deficiency in adolescent and adult pregnancies. Clinical Medicine and Research 1 1: Iron metabolism, iron deficiency, thrombocytosis and the cardiorenal anemia syndrome.

The Oncologist 14 suppl 1: Total iron binding capacity or transferrin concentration alone outperforms iron and saturation indices in predicting iron deficiency. Clinica Chemica Acta Bahal N, Mara O. Anemia in patients with chronic kidney disease.

Diabetes Spectrum 21 1 Anemia in chronic kidney disease: Cleveland Clinic Journal of Medicine 73 3: Iron deficiency anemia in moderate to severely anemic pts. J Ayub Med Coll Abbottabad: Iron deficiency in young children in low income countries and new approaches for its prevention.

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Kaltwasser J, Gottschalk R. Institute of Medical Science, Davangere, Karnataka. Tal-Panhala, Dist- Kolhapur, M. The present review aims to give a short overview of the existing in-vivo and in-vitro models and their characteristics. The choice of the model for experimental investigation of colon cancer should be depends on the clinical equations.

The idea that this cancer might be a root cause for chemoprevention stems from epidemiological evidence that some factors in the diet may play important roles in its development, where others may reduce the risk. It seems to that tumors in animals equal in their genesis to those in man are also comparable in biology chemosensitivity. It is accepted today that exogenous chemicals induce most of human cancer. UNICEF monitors the performance of suppliers and interfaces with stakeholders that contribute to the functioning of the supply chain.

This includes for example: The use of scorecards has made it possible for UNICEF to improve performance across the different segments of the supply chain and communicate feedback to help achieve expected results. This translates into 2. In terms of the number of doses procured, OPV exceeded other vaccines at 1.

Time frames to consider in OPV procurement Complexities in OPV supply chain InWHO and governments took the decision to accelerate polio eradication activities and conduct multiple national immunization days per year targeting all children under the age of five. This strategic decision nearly quadrupled demand for OPV from million to 2. The scale of activities was constrained to fit with the actual quantity of vaccine made available given the long lead times for producing polio vaccines approximately 20 months.

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In addition, a rigorous process of monitoring demand and provisioning supply was put in place. While polio vaccine has been on the market for decades, demand became more acute after the Global Polio Eradication Initiative GPEI was launched in Before OPV is procured, it is essential to know: Accurate forecasts build confidence into a system reliant on suppliers to produce sufficient quantities within specified time frames.

This strategy will reduce and eventually eliminate the risk of vaccine-derived polio outbreaks. Definition of need Manufacturers need a 20 month lead time to produce OPV.

When bulk is already available, lead times for finished products may be as low as three months. A healthy market will always include buffer stock to meet unplanned needs. The availability of these targeted OPVs, combined with immunization campaigns, has resulted in the decline of the number of polio-endemic countries fromat the start of the global polio eradication efforts in Today there are three countries where WPV has not been stopped: Afghanistan, Nigeria and Pakistan.

The supply chain illustration below shows the different variables as they occur either within individual segments or where segments interface, and includes a process-bound timeline that underscores the complexity of OPV procurement, monitoring and delivery. UNICEF and partners hold annual consultations with partners and industry to ensure a common understanding of programmatic challenges and needs, and agree on strategies to support production planning, and financing and procurement approaches, that make vaccines more affordable.

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OPV is available in different formulations and presentations number of doses per vial. Prequalification certifies that vaccines meet international standards for quality and safety.

Contracts are awarded to multiple suppliers for each product. At the time of making awards, UNICEF assesses the prequalification pipeline and decides if quantities should be left un-awarded - to provide incentives to new suppliers.

Procurement Suppliers take a minimum of weeks to fulfil a purchase order.