In 1997 the National Polio Surveillance Project
(NPSP) was established as a joint collaboration between the WHO and the MOHFW, GoI, with the main objective to intensify surveillance for polio eradication through detection and investigation of childhood Acute Flaccid Paralysis (AFP).
Patel, Pragath Kumar, Atul P Nagime, N Veera Bhadrudu, National Polio Surveillance Project
, World Health Organization, India.
One important contributing factor to India's success was the launch of the National Polio Surveillance Project
(NPSP) by the Indian government.
Support of WHOs National Polio Surveillance Project
(NPSP) is also being obtained to survey all laboratories in their database and provide information of the Laboratories to the Task Force.
India is now considered a polio-free nation by the Government of India, National Polio Surveillance Project
(NPSP) and by the World Health Organization (WHO)/South-East Asia Regional Office and WHO.
A protest was recently published against the WHO and its organ the National Polio Surveillance Project
(NPSP), for experimenting on human subjects without their consent, a new monovalent oral polio vaccine (mOPV1) that was 5 times stronger than the earlier licensed mOPV (14,15).
Twenty-nine surveillance medical officers from World Health Organization-India's National Polio Surveillance Project
were deployed to support the development of campaign microplans and to conduct precampaign training and campaign monitoring.
Although the number of poliomyelitis cases in India were just the estimates before World Health Organization (WHO) launched National Polio Surveillance Project
(NPSP) in collaboration with Government of India (GOI) for providing technical and logistic assistance to state and central government.
Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), World Health Organization- National Polio Surveillance Project
and UNICEF will participate in the Summit.
Data from the National Polio Surveillance Project
(2006) Vaccine AFP WPV cases virus cases Iota] no.
 National Polio Surveillance Project
, World Health Organization;  Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India;  World Health Organization Country Office;  Immunization and Vaccine Development Department, South-East Asia Regional Office, New Delhi, India;  Polio Eradication Department, World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland;  Global Immunization Division, Center for Global Health, CDC;  Division of Viral Diseases, National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases, CDC (Corresponding author: Steven G.
National Vector Borne Disease Control Programme, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare; National Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences; National Polio Surveillance Project
, World Health Organization, New Delhi; Expanded Programme on Immunization, Immunization and Vaccine Development, Family and Health Research Dept, World Health Organization Regional Office for South-East Asia, New Delhi, India.