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NCRC’s Chairperson Joins Polio Fight as PM’s Focal Person

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We are immensely proud to announce that @ayesharazafarooq, Chairperson of the @ncrcpak has been appointed as the Prime Minister’s Focal Person on Polio Eradication.
On her very first day in this crucial role, she met with Chris Elias President of Global Development at the @gatesfoundation, and the Chair of the Polio Oversight Board. 🌍
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In a bid to study the virus and get a detailed briefing on the ongoing polio eradication program., she also co-chaired a significant meeting with Health Coordinator Dr. Malik Mukhtar Ahmed Bharath at the National Emergency Operation Center for Polio Eradication
Looking forward to working on improving the health of our children and a polio-free Pakistan. 💉 @pakfightspolio
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