People Punjab Polio Eradication Program Jobs 2022

There is the Jobs for People Punjab Eradication Program on this page. The people are looking for people to work on the eradication program. We are getting a career notice from the Daily Express newspaper. Both males and females have the opportunity to apply.

اس صفحہ میں لوگوں کے لیے پنجاب مٹاؤ پروگرام ہے۔ لوگ مٹانے کے پروگرام پر کام کرنے کے لیے لوگوں کی تلاش میں ہیں۔ ہمیں ڈیلی ایکسپریس اخبار سے کیریئر نوٹس مل رہا ہے۔ مرد اور خواتین دونوں کو درخواست دینے کا موقع ہے۔

People Punjab Polio Eradication Program Jobs 2022

Location:    Dera Ghazi Khan, Khanewal, Lahore, Multan, Muzaffargarh, Rahim Yar Khan

Education:    Graduation, Intermediate, Master

Last Date:    April 10, 2022

Vacancies:    35

There are employment opportunities in the following areas: Lahore, Khanewal, Multan, Dera Ghazi Khan, Muzaffargarh, and Rahim Yar Khan. The candidates who belong to the concerned location may apply.

Candidates with Intermediate, Bachelor’s Degree, and Master’s Degree qualifications are eligible to apply for these vacancies. The experience requirements for the post should also be fulfilled by interested individuals. Only the most experienced professionals will be recruited.

مندرجہ ذیل علاقوں میں روزگار کے مواقع موجود ہیں: لاہور، خانیوال، ملتان، ڈیرہ غازی خان، مظفر گڑھ، اور رحیم یار خان۔ متعلقہ جگہ سے تعلق رکھنے والے امیدوار درخواست دے سکتے ہیں۔

انٹرمیڈیٹ، بیچلر ڈگری، اور ماسٹر ڈگری کی اہلیت کے حامل امیدوار ان آسامیوں کے لیے درخواست دینے کے اہل ہیں۔ اس پوسٹ کے لیے تجربہ کے تقاضے بھی دلچسپی رکھنے والے افراد کو پورا کرنے چاہئیں۔ صرف انتہائی تجربہ کار پیشہ ور افراد کو بھرتی کیا جائے گا۔

Vacant Positions:

  • District Health Communication Support Officer
  • Social Mobilizer
  • Tehsil Communication Officer
  • UC Communication Officer

How to Apply for People Punjab Polio Eradication Program Jobs 2022?

  • is where candidates can submit applications and CVs.
  • The applicants are only allowed to apply for one post.
  • The online applications need to be submitted before 10th April. وہ جگہ ہے جہاں امیدوار درخواستیں اور CVs جمع کرا سکتے ہیں۔
درخواست دہندگان کو صرف ایک پوسٹ کے لیے درخواست دینے کی اجازت ہے۔
آن لائن درخواستیں 10 اپریل سے پہلے جمع کرانی ہوں گی۔

People Punjab Polio Eradication Program Jobs 2022

People Punjab Polio Eradication Program Jobs 2022

The People of Punjab – Fighting for a Polio-Free Future

As of June 2018, there were only two regions in the world that were listed as polio-endemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). The first was the war-torn eastern region of the Democratic Republic of Congo, and the second was India’s northern state of Punjab. For years, health officials have struggled to control this highly infectious viral disease. In fact, until recently it was one of the most prevalent diseases on earth, and still remains one of the leading causes of childhood paralysis worldwide.


Pakistan has made great strides in fighting polio. In October 2017, not a single child was paralysed by polio and as recently as 2012, 3 cases were recorded. This is all down to community work to reach every child with vaccination. However, even though Pakistan is close to being officially declared ‘polio free’ (as it’s on track to have no cases of wild polio in 2018), it still struggles with a prevalence rate for vaccine preventable diseases such as measles. This can be attributed to poor community engagement and mobilization efforts which are needed in order to improve health care standards across Pakistan.

Why it’s important to fight against polio

Pakistan has been fighting to eradicate polio since 1990, with more than 85 million children having received polio vaccinations and hundreds of health workers risking their lives in order to do so. Unfortunately, Pakistan is still one of only three countries in which polio remains endemic; and according to a UNICEF report, 58 percent of all Pakistani children have not received polio vaccines. This puts every child in Pakistan at risk for contracting paralysis from poliovirus infection (not just those who are unvaccinated).

How bad is the problem in Pakistan?

Pakistan is one of only three countries in which poliovirus transmission never stopped. The polio program faces many challenges, including deep political and religious opposition to vaccination and gaps in routine immunization coverage. Outbreaks occur every year and frequently spread across provincial borders; some have even spread internationally, as far as Afghanistan and Thailand. Pakistan’s 2012 elections have further complicated efforts to control the virus. In areas with endemic polio, frequent security threats disrupt vaccination activities; workers are threatened, harassed, or even killed by extremists who object to immunization campaigns that target mainly Muslim children.

How did it get this bad?

India is one of only three countries in the world where polio is still actively transmitted. Since 1999, India has registered more than 1,200 cases and 61 deaths due to wild poliovirus. Pakistan and Afghanistan are also struggling with continued outbreaks. The global campaign against polio recently hit its lowest point since 1988, when 635 children were paralyzed by wild poliovirus globally; in 2017 that number was 223.

What can you do about it?

If you live in Pakistan, The End Polio Now campaign wants to enlist your help in fighting polio. Visit their website and check out some possible volunteer opportunities close to home. If you’re not in Pakistan, there are plenty of other global health efforts that need people like you! Do some research and see if there’s one that matches your skills/talents. These types of volunteer opportunities can be an amazing way to make an impact with your skills while also traveling, learning about new cultures and meeting great people along the way. Another benefit: Having something to talk about on those long job interviews (e.g., Did I mention I was building schools in Uganda? Yes?).

Where do I donate?

According to WHO, there are an estimated 125,000 cases per year in Pakistan. To help eradicate polio once and for all, make sure you’re getting your kids vaccinated (including traveling abroad). If you live in a country that doesn’t require vaccinations or is affected by polio but has low rates of vaccination, donate to organizations such as UNICEF or Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. They’ve created partnerships with countries and agencies that are working together to eradicate polio at last. Make your donation count today!

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