On April 15 National Immunization Day, anti-polio drive would be launched in all thirty districts to further bring the situation under control.
What does NID stand for?
NID stands for National Immunization Day (WHO)
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- National Independent Championship Wrestling
- Neural Information and Coding Workshop
- National Indian Child Welfare Association
- National Interfaith Committee for Worker Justice
- National Intelligence Center Weather Operations Cell
- National Inner Cities Youth Opportunities
- National Ice Cream & Yogurt Retailers Association
- Namespace Identifier
- Namibia Institute for Democracy (est. 1991)
- National Identity Card (various nations)
- National Infrastructure Database
- National Institute of Design, India
- National Institute on Deafness
- National Intelligence Daily
- National Intelligence Department (gaming)
- National Intelligence Director
- National Intelligence Division (Stargate TV series)
- National Interest Determination
- National Inventory of Dams
- Naval Infantry Division
Samples in periodicals archive:
PESHAWAR -- The next round of Sub National Immunization Days (SNIDs) has been scheduled in the high risk areas of the country from 17 to 19th December, 2012 targeting 17.
The first round of the National Immunization Days against poliomyelitis will start in Kyrgyzstan on July 19.
Endemic countries have hosted National Immunization Days (NIDs) to reach their goal.
Officials attributed the reduction to a call by the World Health Organization (WHO) in 1999 to accelerate eradication activities such as national immunization days (NIDs) and house-to-house vaccine deliveries.
Last August, the Democratic Republic of Congo - a country that four years ago witnessed one of the largest polio epidemics of the century - was forced to postpone its scheduled National Immunization Day and later suspend its vaccination program altogether after health-care workers fled hospitals that had been devastated by the country's ongoing war.