In this interview, the head of the National Vaccination Programme, Rosario Masie Nsue, responded to questions on the operation of the plan, the objectives it is following, and the fourteenth phase of the campaign against polio.
Rosario Masie clarified that this programme is based on Primary Health Care, and is working specifically on the issue of vaccinations for pregnant women, and children under 5 years of age.
She also recalled that various vaccination campaigns have been run for the prevention of illnesses such as measles. Furthermore, she reported that there are still cases of polio, although the disease in on the road to eradication in our country.
Following the fourteenth phase of vaccination against polio, which has just come to an end, the National Director for Vaccination praised the huge participation of women who came forward to vaccinate their children, which suggests that the information is getting through to mothers.
She ended by calling on all women to respond to the vaccination campaigns by taking their children along for vaccination.
Source: Official Web Page of the Government of the Republic of Equatorial Guinea