POST 00594E : TECHNET21 WEBSITE 18 August 2003 __________________________________ We are pleased to announce that the Technet21 website has been redesigned. This was intended at making the site simpler and lighter, as well as improving browsing. Content hasn't changed, only the visual aspect and certain functions. We take the opportunity to inform you that a "Meeting" page devoted to the November Technet meeting has been added. This page does not contain yet many elements but all relevant information will be published as it becomes available. The page gives access to a sub-page, a Gallery of Pictures of the region of Antalya. The Travel Quiz and Best Practices have both been changed. Finally we attach a small file providing utilization statistics for the site for those interested. Please note that if this file doesn't show automatically within the body of this message, it must be viewed with a browser as it is in HTML format. All your comments and suggestions will be welcome. Secretariat and the moderator ____________________________________________ Visit the TECHNET21 Website at http://www.technet21.org You will find instructions to subscribe, a direct access to archives, links to reference documents and other features. ______________________________________________________________________________ To UNSUBSCRIBE, send a message to : mailto:[log in to unmask] Leave the subject area BLANK In the message body, write unsubscribe TECHNET21E ______________________________________________________________________________ The World Health Organization and UNICEF support TechNet21. The TechNet21 e-Forum is a communication/information tool for generation of ideas on how to improve immunization services. It is moderated by Claude Letarte and is hosted in cooperation with the Centre de internationale en , Canada (http://www.ccisd.org) ______________________________________________________________________________
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