NOWSHERA (APP) The district administration has formed 100 special teams for anti-polio vaccination of the Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) and Afghan refugees, living at different camps of the district. As many as 232,628 children below five years of age would be administered anti-polio drops during the three days special anti-polio campaign that would kick-off from March 15 to 17 across Nowshera district for whom 793 teams have been constituted to make the country polio-free, said DCO Rohullah Khan, while presiding over a high-level meeting at his office on Tuesday. The Afghan refugees, living at Akora Khattak and Azakhel camps, would get the services of 58 teams to vaccinate 22,689 children. Likewise, 40 special teams have been constituted to vaccinate 20,500 children at Risalpur and Jalozai IDPs camps. The meeting was informed that 98 percent target had been achieved due to successful previous campaign while special focus was being made to achieve 100 percent results during this campaign. Speaking on the occasion, the DCO, Rohullah Khan said that joint efforts were required to eradicate the crippling disease that had no boundary, border and geography. Vaccination is the only way to prevent our children from the disease, he added. He urged parents, teachers, members of civil society, people and guardians to bring their kids to the nearest hospitals, BHUs in case anti-polio teams did not arrive to their homes. The DCO urged the religious scholars and Khateebs to throw special light during their sermons and educate masses to make the campaign a success. The Executive District Officer (Health) Dr Sabz Ali Khan, Executive District Officer (Education) Hasanat Gul, EPO Dr Rahim Shah and ACO Abdul Hameed were also present on the occasion.