NRCS intensifies lobbying for getting COVID-19 vaccines

: JULY 10 – The Red Cross Society (NRCS) has continued its efforts to get the COVID-19 vaccines.

The NRCS, the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) which is partnering with the of humanitarian actions in Nepal, has intensified lobbying to get the COVID-19 vaccines. The IFRC is also constantly pressing the vaccine and rich nations to assist vaccines for the developing and impoverished countries through the COVAX-facility.

The international organization has urged the vaccine manufacturing countries to supply vaccines proportionally on a need basis.

The World Organisation says only two percent population of countries classified as the poorest nations in the world have got the COVID-19 . Such countries are home to 17 percent population of the world.

It is said nationally and internationally 60-70 percent of people are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 for the mass immunity against the virus.

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NRCS general secretary Peetambar Acharya said they were continuing efforts to in vaccines. “Vaccination is the sole means of controlling the in the long run.”

Equity in access to vaccination for vulnerable communities has become a global challenge of the hour and the NRCS through its partners including IFRC is lobbying for increasing the import of vaccines to Nepal.

“We have already written to the bodies concerned towards that end and -level talks are going on. We are hopeful that positive results would come soon,” he said, adding that NRCS had sped up dialogues dialogue with the vaccine producing countries, especially China, the United Kingdom, and the United States, about the situation in Nepal through the Red Cross societies of those countries.

General Secretary Aryal, who has a long experience in humanitarian service as the country director of the Nepal Red Cross, IFRC headquarters in Geneva, and various countries, said, “Since the very beginning of COVID-19 control actions, we have been reaching out to the community with high priority.”

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During the first wave of the epidemic, it had assisted the government in the management of masks, sanitizers, PPEs, corpse management bags, and medical supplies required in the treatment of COVID-19 and for the orientation of frontline health workers.

In addition to these, it h


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NRCS intensifies lobbying for getting COVID-19 vaccines

KATHMANDU: JULY 10 – The Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) has continued its efforts to get the -19 vaccines.

The NRCS, through the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) which is partnering with the organization of humanitarian actions in Nepal, has intensified lobbying to get the COVID-19 vaccines. The IFRC is also constantly pressing the vaccine manufacturing and rich to vaccines the developing and impoverished countries through the -.

The international organization has urged the vaccine manufacturing countries to supply vaccines proportionally on a need basis.

The World Health Organisation says only two percent population of 50 countries classified as the poorest nations in the world have got the COVID-19 shot. Such countries are home to 17 percent population of the world.

It is said nationally and internationally 60-70 percent of people are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 for the mass immunity against the virus.

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NRCS general secretary Peetambar Acharya said they were continuing efforts to bring in vaccines. “Vaccination is the sole means of controlling the epidemic in the long run.”

Equity in access to vaccination for vulnerable communities has become a global challenge of the hour and the NRCS through its partners including IFRC is lobbying for increasing the import of vaccines to Nepal.

“We have already written to the bodies concerned towards that end and high-level talks are going on. We are hopeful that positive results would come soon,” he said, adding that NRCS had sped up dialogues dialogue with the vaccine producing countries, especially China, the United Kingdom, and the United States, about the situation in Nepal through the Red Cross societies of those countries.

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General Secretary Aryal, who has a long experience in humanitarian service as the country director of the Nepal Red Cross, IFRC headquarters in Geneva, and various countries, said, “Since the very beginning of COVID-19 control actions, we have been reaching out to the community with high priority.”

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During the first wave of the epidemic, it had assisted the in the management of masks, sanitizers, PPEs, corpse management bags, and medical supplies required in the treatment of COVID-19 and for the orientation of frontline health workers.

In to these, it h


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NRCS intensifies lobbying for getting COVID-19 vaccines

: JULY 10 – The Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) has continued its efforts to get the vaccines.

The NRCS, through the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) which is partnering with the organization of humanitarian actions in Nepal, has intensified lobbying to get the COVID-19 vaccines. The IFRC is also constantly pressing the vaccine manufacturing and rich nations to assist vaccines for the developing and impoverished countries through the COVAX-facility.

The international organization has urged the vaccine manufacturing countries to supply vaccines proportionally on a need basis.

The World Health Organisation says only two percent population of 50 countries classified as the poorest nations in the world have got the COVID-19 shot. Such countries are home to 17 percent population of the world.

It is said nationally and internationally 60-70 percent of people are required to be vaccinated against COVID-19 for the mass immunity against the virus.

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NRCS general secretary Peetambar Acharya said they were continuing efforts to bring in vaccines. “Vaccination is the sole means of controlling the in the long run.”

Equity in access to vaccination for vulnerable communities has become a global challenge of the hour and the NRCS through its partners including IFRC is lobbying for increasing the import of vaccines to Nepal.

“We have already written to the bodies concerned towards that end and high-level talks are going on. We are hopeful that results would come soon,” he said, adding that NRCS had sped up dialogues dialogue with the vaccine producing countries, especially China, the United Kingdom, and the United States, about the situation in Nepal through the Red Cross societies of those countries.

General Secretary Aryal, who has a long experience in humanitarian as the country director of the Nepal Red Cross, IFRC headquarters in Geneva, and various countries, said, “Since the very of COVID-19 control actions, we have been reaching out to the community with high priority.”

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During the first wave of the epidemic, it had assisted the government in the management of masks, sanitizers, PPEs, corpse management bags, and medical supplies required in the treatment of COVID-19 and for the orientation of frontline health workers.

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NRCS intensifies lobbying for getting COVID-19 vaccines

KATHMANDU: JULY 10 The Nepal Red Cross Society (NRCS) has continued its efforts to get the COVID-19 vaccines.

The NRCS, through the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC) which is partnering with the organization of humanitarian actions in Nepal, has intensified lobbying to get the COVID-19 vaccines. The IFRC is also constantly pressing the vaccine manufacturing and rich nations to assist vaccines for the developing and impoverished countries through the COVAX-facility.

The international organization has the vaccine manufacturing countries to supply vaccines proportionally on a need basis.

The World Health Organisation says only two population of 50 countries classified as the poorest nations in the world have got the COVID-19 shot. Such countries are home to 17 percent population of the world.

It is said nationally and internationally 60-70 percent of people are to be vaccinated against COVID-19 for the mass immunity against the virus.

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NRCS general secretary Peetambar Acharya said they were continuing efforts to bring in vaccines. “Vaccination is the sole means of controlling the epidemic in the long run.”

Equity in access to vaccination for vulnerable communities has become a global challenge of the hour and the NRCS through its partners IFRC is lobbying for increasing the of vaccines to Nepal.

“We have already written to the bodies concerned towards end and -level talks are going on. We are hopeful that positive results would come soon,” he said, adding that NRCS had sped up dialogues dialogue with the vaccine producing countries, especially China, the United Kingdom, and the United States, about the situation in Nepal through the Red Cross societies of those countries.

General Secretary Aryal, who has a long experience in humanitarian service as the country director of the Nepal Red Cross, IFRC headquarters in Geneva, and various countries, said, “Since the very beginning of COVID-19 control actions, we have been reaching out to the community with high priority.”

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During the first of the epidemic, it had assisted the government in the management of masks, sanitizers, PPEs, corpse management bags, and medical supplies required in the treatment of COVID-19 and for the orientation of frontline health workers.

In addition to these, it h


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