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HEPATITIS C AWARENESS WEEK 2011









SPWS in collaboration with APPNA brings you the "HEPATITIS C AWARENESS WEEK 2011" having the following programs:

1. Interclass poster competition.

2. Hepatitis-the real picture:-
Hepatitis awareness seminar (includes lectures, skit on Hep C prevention n prevalence, interactive session + quiz competition n poster exhibition) on 2nd may, 2011 in KEMU auditorium (12 p.m onwards).

3. Beat Hepatitis C, Treat Hepatitis C-awareness campaign from 3rd may to 7th may at Mayo hospital, Lahore.

*Registeration open for volunteers for awarenss campaign.
Register today with your respective SPWS cr/gr. Last date for registration: 29th april, 2011.






*All volunteers will get certificates from SPWS and APPNA. Attendance at seminar is compulsory for all volunteers.

For details, contact Ahmed Naseer(Project Advisor): 03314823383 or
Omer Farooq(Project Manager): 03334306489.



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