ISLAMABAD (APP) Islamabad Capital Territorys (ICT) District Health Department has planned vaccination to 100,805 children in the capitals rural areas during its three-day campaign beginning on December 28 (Tuesday). According to District Health Officer (DHO) Dr Amirzada Khan, arrangements have been finalized for the campaign during which 255 mobile teams will go from house to house to administer polio drops to children below five. He told APP, that rural areas had been divided into 11 zones, while 11 zonal supervisors and 47 area in charges had been deputed there to monitor mobile teams on a daily basis. He said the zonal supervisors and area in charges would submit reports of their respective areas to the capitals deputy commissioner. The DHO said besides rural health facilities, 10 transit and 35 fixed places had also been selected in Islamabads rural areas for polio vaccination. He said performance of mobile teams would be strictly monitored on a daily basis and he would also visit in far-flung areas, so that maximum number of children could be vaccinated. Govt to launch CNG buses: Afridi Federal Minister for Environmencentives have been offered to transporters to convert their buses on CNG. Talkin to media persons on Monday , Afridi said that these measures would also help conserve energy and minimize hazardous smoke emissions in the air, and provide better transport facilities to the citizens, said a press release. Afridi said that the government had also initiated another programme of converting all Rikshaws on CNG and alternate sources of energy. The provincial governments had been asked to complete this project within five years. He said that the increasing quantum of emissions in the air were causing fatal ailments and also becoming a source of global warming so it was necessary for all to bring positive change in their behaviour towards the use of natural resources. He said that environmental friendly activities were imperative to reduce hazardous particles. He said,climate change trends also cause food, energy, water and national security threats and keeping in view the future challenges, we have to evolve a comprehensive strategy to tackle these issues. Meanwhile, a two-day first annual book fair arranged by Academic Staff Association (ASA) and Central Library of the Allama Iqbal Open University (AIOU) would held from December 30. The book fair would be held near central library of the university in Sector H-8, Islamabad and timings will be from morning 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The book fair would be inaugurated by Prof Dr Nazir Ahmad Sangi, Vice-Chancellor of the University on Thursday, said a news release issued on Monday. The book fair will benefit all the teachers, officers, employees and students of the university as book on imperative national and international topics would be exhibited.