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May
21
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   21st May, 2021 13:30 - 14:30 - Europe/Zurich
With COVID-19 vaccines now available worldwide, reaching underserved and vulnerable populations is a priority under the Immunization Agenda 2030 (IA2030). Numerous challenges and operat...

With COVID-19 vaccines now available worldwide, reaching underserved and vulnerable populations is a priority under the Immunization Agenda 2030 (IA2030). Numerous challenges and operational issues have presented themselves in fragile contexts including vaccine access, risk of vaccine preventable diseases, and vaccine hesitancy. Join the IA2030 Strategic Priority 5 working group for a 90-minute webinar (May 21 at 13:30 CET) hosted by the International Vaccine Access Center to discuss vaccinating against COVID-19 in fragile contexts in coordination with the launch of IA2030 at the World Health Assembly.

Live translations available in Arabic, French, and Spanish during the webinar.

Moderated by William Moss, MD, MPH, Executive Director at the International Vaccine Access Center

Panelists include:

  • Kate O’Brien, MD, MPH, Director of Immunization, Vaccines & Biologicals Department (IVB) at the World Health Organization
  • Natasha Crowcroft, MD,  MSc, MRCP, FFPH, Senior Technical Adviser, Measles and Rubella, and IVB at the World Health Organization
  • Aguide Soumouk, Immunization Team Lead, IFRC Country Office, Central African Republic
  • Yaser Najib, Senior Medical Officer at the Syria Immunization Group, Gaziantep, Turkey
  • Eba Al-muna Pasha, Global Health Cluster COVID-19 Task Team Focal Point
  • Ghulam Dastagir Nazary, MD, Director at Afghanistan National Expanded Program on Immunzation 

Register here: https://jh.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_56SRtbfXT3yXfZOTmKlCWw

  1.   1
May
26
  1.   Global initiatives
  2.    Public
  1.   26th May, 2021 13:30 - 14:30 - UTC
Ensuring that immunization services are accessible to all individuals is an essential part of primary health care and achieving universal health coverage (UHC). In recent years, vaccines have protecte...

Ensuring that immunization services are accessible to all individuals is an essential part of primary health care and achieving universal health coverage (UHC). In recent years, vaccines have protected more of the world’s population than ever before, increasing life expectancy and economic growth; yet the use of immunization services has flatlined for a decade. Strategic Priority 1 of the recently launched Immunization Agenda 2030 provides a roadmap that aims to increase and sustain vaccination coverage within a primary healthcare agenda that supports UHC. 

USAID's MOMENTUM Country and Global Leadership invites you to attend a webinar, “A Roadmap for Progress in Global Immunization Systems,” on Wednesday, May 26 at 9:30am ET. 

Panelists will raise awareness among the technical, practitioner, and advocacy communities on the objectives of IA2030 Strategic Priority 1 around primary health care and UHC for immunization services. Please join us as we examine and unpack the core principles of IA2030, ensuring our efforts are people-focused, country-owned, partnership-based, and data-enabled.

 

Register here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_FKw_-Yc7R8O82brsDXl7JQ

  1.   1
Jun
02
  1.   Global initiatives
  2.    Public
  1.   2nd Jun, 2021 15:00 - 16:00 - UTC
Ending the COVID-19 pandemic is dependent upon all countries having access to vaccines. But demand is outpacing supply by billions of doses, and many countries still don’t have access to the vaccines ...

Ending the COVID-19 pandemic is dependent upon all countries having access to vaccines. But demand is outpacing supply by billions of doses, and many countries still don’t have access to the vaccines they need to control the virus and protect their populations. 

This PATH Live Forum will take a closer look at what has worked—and what hasn’t worked—in the global effort to increase equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines. Join our panelists in a discussion about priorities for this pandemic, as well as how to build sustainable immunization systems for future pandemic preparedness.

https://path.zoom.us/webinar/register/5816218706974/WN_QdESRGGQR-yhQEiL_Fgp9w

  1.   1
Jun
10
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   10th Jun, 2021 14:00 - 15:00 - Europe/Zurich
WHO, UNICEF and Religions for Peace are pleased to invite you to the second webinar in the series. This webinar will explore some of the challenges and barriers to vaccine uptake within a faith contex...

WHO, UNICEF and Religions for Peace are pleased to invite you to the second webinar in the series. This webinar will explore some of the challenges and barriers to vaccine uptake within a faith context and highlight examples from different faith traditions where faith actors have led on global and national action to promote COVID-19 vaccine uptake and overcome vaccine hesitancy.  

Panelists:

  • Andrea Kaufman, Director External Engagement, World Vision International 
  • Professor Mohamed Karama, Chairman, Muslim COVID-19 Committee; Professor of  Public Health and Epidemiology; Vice Chancellor, Umma University, Kenya 
  • Sister Agatha O. Chikelue, Executive Director, Cardinal Onaiyekan Foundation for Peace; Chair, Religions for Peace-International Women's Coordinating Committee, Nigeria 
  • Dr Inon Schenker, "Color Green Vaccination" Initiative; The Schlesinger Institute for Medical-Halachic Research & IMPACT, Jerusalem, Israel 

Co-moderators:

  • Manoj Kurian, Coordinator, World Council of Churches Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance
  • Dan Irvine, Senior Director Health and Nutrition, World Vision International

 

Register here https://who-e.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_azW-QvYEQ7WWVCNChfCqQg

  1.   1
Jun
10
  1.   Global initiatives
  2.    Public
  1.   10th Jun, 2021 14:00 - 15:00 - Europe/Zurich
DELIVERING ON THE PROMISE OF A POLIO-FREE WORLD Join us on 10 June for the launch of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative’s new strategy. At this event, you’ll have the chance to: Hear firstha...

DELIVERING ON THE PROMISE OF A POLIO-FREE WORLD

Join us on 10 June for the launch of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative’s new strategy.

At this event, you’ll have the chance to:

  • Hear firsthand from a polio vaccinator in Pakistan about her work engaging with communities to better meet their health needs
  • Learn about how the polio program has supported the COVID-19 response around the world
  • Get an inside look at the development and deployment of an exciting new tool, the novel oral polio vaccine

Register here:

https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_aVBwGABZSZ-Po3sTQPBmnw

  1.   1
Jun
15
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   15th Jun, 2021 12:00 - 13:00 - Europe/Zurich
The Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator’s, Country Readiness and Delivery (CRD) workstream, Project ECHO, Boost, TechNet-21, and the COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Project&nbs...

The Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator’s, Country Readiness and Delivery (CRD) workstreamProject ECHOBoostTechNet-21, and the COVID-19 Vaccine Equity Project invite you to join a series of video-conference-based capacity building webinars. 

COVID-19 Vaccination: Building Global Capacity
Tuesdays from 12:00 -13:00 CET

Interpretation into French and Spanish will be available
 

 

The sessions will provide an opportunity for stakeholders to ask questions and share lessons learned on key aspects of COVID-19 vaccine introduction and administration. The COVID-19 Vaccination: Building Global Capacity Webinar Series will build from and expand beyond the existing OpenWHO COVID-19 vaccine trainings.


June 15 session for national, regional and global stakeholders will focus on Adaptive leadership for COVID-19 Vaccine Introduction

Register here:

https://echo.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_60QBnRtURmaoXz2mGFWPIQ

  1.   4
Jun
17
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   17th Jun, 2021 14:00 - 15:15 - Europe/Zurich
WEBINAR 2 Part 2COVID-19 Vaccine Communications Webinar Series  Co-convened by the World Health Organization, UNICEF and Religions for PeaceThe role & impact of faith actors in overcomin...

WEBINAR 2 Part 2
COVID-19 Vaccine Communications Webinar Series  
Co-convened by the World Health Organization, UNICEF and Religions for Peace

The role & impact of faith actors in overcoming barriers to COVID-19 vaccination 


Thursday 17 June 2021
1400-1515 Geneva; 0800-0915 Washington DC; 1730-1845 Delhi, India


WHO, UNICEF and Religions for Peace are pleased to invite you to PART 2 of the second webinar in the series. This webinar will continue to highlight examples from different faith traditions where faith actors have led on global and national action to promote COVID-19 vaccine uptake and overcome vaccine hesitancy.  

Panelists:

  • Rev Canon Rachel Carnegie, Executive Director, Anglican Alliance
  • Rev. Megumi Wada, Director, International Interreligious Cooperation; Rissho Kosei-kai, Japan; and Co-Chair of RfP International Women’s Coordinating Committee
  • Rev. Msgr. Robert J. Vitillo, Ataché, Permanent Mission of the Holy See to the UN in Geneva and Secretary General, International Catholic Migration Commission 
  • Priestess Beatriz Schulthess, President, Indigenous Peoples Ancestral Spiritual Council; Honorary President, Religions for Peace, Indigenous, Costa Rica 

Co-moderators:

  • Rev. Dr. Sivin Kit, Program Executive for Public Theology & Interreligious Relations, The Lutheran World Federation
  • Dan Irvine, Senior Director Health and Nutrition, World Vision International

Register here: https://who-e.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_Do0eFPocT0mFq4VuVSmyvw

  1.   1
Jun
24
  1.   24th Jun, 2021 20:00 - 21:00 - Pacific/Auckland
An introduction to the mSupply toolset for managing vaccinations, with a focus on the COVID-19 vaccination rollout in Tonga. Presenters:  Craig Drown - started Sustainable Solutions in ...

An introduction to the mSupply toolset for managing vaccinations, with a focus on the COVID-19 vaccination rollout in Tonga. 

Presenters:  

Craig Drown - started Sustainable Solutions in 2001 after working in a not-for-profit medical warehouse in Nepal. Originally a pharmacist, now mainly holding together a wonderful team that spans 8 countries, and leading the transition to The mSupply Foundation and our open source model.

Richard Moizeau - mSupply Consultant. Several years experience in supply chain management in the pharmaceutical industry.

Adam Dewey - mSupply Consultant. Previous experience working closely with local communities on developmental projects throughout Uganda, Ecuador and India.

Nancy Tupou - Digital Supply Chain Officer for Tonga. Has experience in monitoring, training and supporting health staff throughout Tonga in using Tupaia, mSupply and DHIS2.

 

Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_CITVbalOS9GucbvLOGdgYA

To start the discussion and ask your questions: https://www.technet-21.org/en/forums/discussions/webinar-how-the-msupply-electronic-inventory-management-toolset-is-supporting-the-covid-19-vaccine-rollout-with-tonga-case-study

  1.   1
Jul
07
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   7th Jul, 2021 14:30 - 16:00 - UTC
L’Université d’Oslo et HISP WCA ont le plaisir d’annoncer le webinaire sur la distribution des vaccins anti-COVID-19 le lundi 7 juin 2021 à 14:30 - 16:00 T.U. Rejoignez-nous donc pour le premier webin...

L’Université d’Oslo et HISP WCA ont le plaisir d’annoncer le webinaire sur la distribution des vaccins anti-COVID-19 le lundi 7 juin 2021 à 14:30 - 16:00 T.U. Rejoignez-nous donc pour le premier webinaire de notre série portant sur les Innovations & défis pour une meilleure couverture vaccinale.

Le réseau HISP collabore avec l'OMS, l'UNICEF, et GAVI afin de développer et implémenter des outils et ressources permettant l'amélioration de la couverture des campagnes de vaccination grâce à une meilleure collecte, analyse et utilisation des données. Notre série de webinaires soulignera les thèmes essentiels et mettra en avant les cas d'utilisation réels issus de cette collaboration avec pour objectif le partage d'expériences, ressources et meilleures pratiques.

Le programme de ce webinaire inclura:
- L'Introduction et aperçu des présentes mises à l'échelle de la gestion des vaccins anti-COVID-19
- Les innovations et défis observés lors d'implémentations concrètes
- Les ressources et outils afin d'assiter les pays dans leur implémentation et mise à l'échelle
- Une session Questions&Réponses

Inscrivez-vous donc à ce webinaire gratuit et ouvert à tous en remplissant le formulaire, et vous recevrez une confirmation incluant le lien de connection dans les prochains jours.


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  1.   4
Jul
08
  1.   General
  2.    Public
  1.   8th Jul, 2021 14:00 - Europe/Zurich
Trusted voices – who, why and how to communicate about COVID-19 vaccines When: Thursday 8 July, 2021 14.00 - 15.30 Geneva, 17.30 - 19.00 Delhi, 08.00 - 09.30 New York WHO, UNICEF and Religions fo...

Trusted voices – who, why and how to communicate about COVID-19 vaccines

When: Thursday 8 July, 2021

14.00 - 15.30 Geneva,

17.30 - 19.00 Delhi,

08.00 - 09.30 New York

WHO, UNICEF and Religions for Peace are pleased to invite you to Webinar 3 of the joint series. During this webinar we will discuss why trusted voices are important during crises; how to address or respond to current questions about COVID-19 vaccines and the role of faith leaders in supporting vaccine uptake in their communities.

Panelists:

Melinda Frost (MA, MPH) Translate Science Team Lead, COVID-19 Response, World Health Organization,

Geneva Leilia Dore (MPH) Technical Consultant for Risk Communications and Community Engagement, COVID-19 Vaccines, World Health Organization, Geneva

Q&A Participants will be able to submit questions during the webinar by using Zoom's "Q&A" feature. You may also submit them in advance by sending them to Sarah Hess: epi-win@who.int

Register for the Webinar here: https://who-e.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_yOv_HZMMQbuVXQJlshW4FQ

  1.   1
Jul
08
  1.   8th Jul, 2021 20:00 - 21:00 - Asia/Ho_Chi_Minh
This is a session among our series to share experiences and lessons learned from A to Z of the EIR implementation in Vietnam, from the design, development, deployment, and paperless transition of an E...

This is a session among our series to share experiences and lessons learned from A to Z of the EIR implementation in Vietnam, from the design, development, deployment, and paperless transition of an EIR. In this session, we will explore and evaluate the NIIS from the perspective of immunization staff – the ultimate users of this system.
Systems that suit their intended uses and users don’t just “happen.” They are essentially products of a user-centered development process and a user-centered attitude during the implementation of usable systems – systems that support and engage users, rather than get in the way and hinder them throughout time. Likewise, NIIS have continued evolving to stand the test of time and bear the weight of users’ criticism. PATH worked closely with immunization staff at all levels at piloted localities to identify and focus on these real users and their needs, goals, context of use, abilities, and limitations to drive the development. It has been a decade-long process of growth, adaptation, learning, and overcoming challenges from both the NIIS and the immunization staff to bring about the system that truly serves users not only on their daily tasks but also on the overall national immunization program.

Presenters:

- Dr. Dang Thi Thanh Huyen - Vice Head, NEPI Office, National Institute of Hygiene and Epidemiology, Vietnam

- Dr. Nga Nguyen – Vietnam Country Director, PATH, Vietnam

- Mr. Dao Dinh Sang – IDEAL Team Lead, PATH, Vietnam


Participants are invited to send in questions on the topic prior to the webinar to tnguyen3@path.org.

 

Register here https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_WVCRMwWLS2mgjCR0-8dGcQ

  1.   1
Jul
16
  1.   Service delivery
  2.    Public
  1.   16th Jul, 2021 07:00 - 08:00 - Europe/Zurich
Join UNICEF, WHO, and DICE to learn about available funding and technical assistance for leveraging digital solutions for COVID-19 vaccine deployment: • How digital solutions can support COVID-1...

Join UNICEF, WHO, and DICE to learn about available funding and technical assistance for leveraging digital solutions for COVID-19 vaccine deployment:

• How digital solutions can support COVID-19 vaccine delivery and strengthening of health and immunization information systems

• The funding, technical assistance and resources available to countries to support scaling digital solutions for planning, delivering, monitoring, tracking, and communicating on COVID-19 vaccines and Primary Health Care more broadly

 

The webinars are available in French and Spanish as follows:

 

English: 16th July, 7am CET / 12pm ICT (South/South-East Asia & Western Pacific) REGISTER HERE

French: 16th July, 7am EDT / 1pm CET (Any Francophone country) REGISTER HERE

English: 19th July, 6am EDT / 12pm CET (Europe, Central Asia, Middle East & the African Continent) REGISTER HERE

Spanish: 29th July, 10am EST/11am EDT/5pm CET (Any Hispanic country) REGISTER HERE

  1.   1
Jul
28
  1.   Global initiatives
  2.    Public
  1.   28th Jul, 2021 12:30 - 14:00 - Europe/Amsterdam
Mini-cPIE (COVID-19 vaccination IAR) Clinic 1: Experience Sharing and Lessons Learned Languages available: English, French, and Spanish  Registration link: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/...

Mini-cPIE (COVID-19 vaccination IAR) Clinic 1: Experience Sharing and Lessons Learned

Languages available: English, French, and Spanish 

Registration link: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_o74Q4zYrSZuyUGnukqYGww 

 

As countries conduct mini COVID-19 vaccine Post-Introduction Evaluation (mini-cPIE), also called the COVID-19 Vaccination Intra-Action Review (IAR), to review and adjust their COVID-19 vaccine roll-out, WHO will be hosting regular clinics for countries to share learnings with peer countries.

Countries that have already conducted a mini-cPIE will be invited to share their experiences, while countries interested in conducting a mini-cPIE can have the opportunity to directly connect with these countries to seek advice and ask questions they may have, including practical tools and tips for the preparation, conduct and follow-up of a mini-cPIE. Countries can also use these clinics to propose new tools they deem useful or request technical support from WHO.

This webinar is the first of the series of clinics that will be held in the coming months as countries review the early phase of their vaccine roll-out using the WHO IAR (mini-cPIE) tools.

 

Links to resources:

COVID-19 vaccination specific IAR (mini-cPIE) tools (on WHO COVID-19 vaccination toolkit webpage): https://www.who.int/tools/covid-19-vaccine-introduction-toolkit#Evaluation%20of%20COVID-19%20vaccine%20introduction

Guidance for conducting a country COVID-19 Intra-Action Review (IAR) + Addendum 1 + generic templates and tools: https://www.who.int/publications/i/item/WHO-2019-nCoV-Country_IAR-2020.1

OpenWHO training on the Management and Facilitation of a Country COVID-19 Intra-Action Review (IAR): https://openwho.org/courses/covid-19-intra-action-review-en/

  1.   4
Jul
30
  1.   General
  2.    Public
  1.   30th Jul, 2021 15:00 - 16:00 - UTC
Join Dr. Peter Hotez for a 60-minute webinar hosted by the International Vaccine Access Center to discuss topics ranging from vaccine diplomacy, the antivaccine movement, safety surveillance, and a ne...

Join Dr. Peter Hotez for a 60-minute webinar hosted by the International Vaccine Access Center to discuss topics ranging from vaccine diplomacy, the antivaccine movement, safety surveillance, and a new COVID vaccine.

Register here: https://jh.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_nAC77r7vSjKKHoc4rTwN7A?timezone_id=UTC

  1.   1
Aug
04
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   4th Aug, 2021 13:00 - 25th Aug, 2021 13:00 - UTC
The Boost Community and John Snow, Inc. are excited to present a 4-part training course focused on enhancing skills in immunization planning, implementation and moni...

The Boost Community and John Snow, Inc. are excited to present a 4-part training course focused on enhancing skills in immunization planning, implementation and monitoring.

This course will introduce tools and processes to improve facility and district level implementation of the Reaching Every District strategy. The course highlights recent lessons learned from implementation of the Reaching Every District using Quality Improvement (RED-QI) approach in Ethiopia and Uganda.

We will focus on three critical areas: use of quality improvement tools for problem solving; addressing challenges in immunization planning; and approaches to engage non-health stakeholders to improve the planning, implementation, resourcing and monitoring of immunization services.

⭐ If you are looking for an opportunity to improve the way you (and your team) implement the RED strategy, we hope you’ll join us for this facilitated, interactive course! 

The 4-part training course includes:

  • Session 1: Overview and introduction to the RED-QI approach
  • Session 2: Using quality improvement tools to enhance immunization microplanning
  • Session 3: Engaging non-health stakeholders to improve the planning, implementation, resourcing and monitoring of immunization services.
  • Session 4: Improve the way you problem-solve: an introduction to the fishbone analysis tool and the Plan-Do-Study-Act (PDSA) cycle.
DEADLINE FOR REGISTRATION IS MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 2021

Register here https://boost-community.typeform.com/to/YS612dEw

  1.   2
Sep
21
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   21st Sep, 2021 12:00 - 13:30 - Europe/Zurich
As countries conduct mini COVID-19 vaccine Post-Introduction Evaluation (mini-cPIE), also called the COVID-19 Vaccination Intra-Action Review (IAR), to review and adjust their COVID-19 vaccine roll-ou...

As countries conduct mini COVID-19 vaccine Post-Introduction Evaluation (mini-cPIE), also called the COVID-19 Vaccination Intra-Action Review (IAR), to review and adjust their COVID-19 vaccine roll-out, WHO will be hosting regular clinics for countries to share learnings with peer countries.

Countries that have already conducted a mini-cPIE will be invited to share their experiences, while countries interested in conducting a mini-cPIE can have the opportunity to directly connect with these countries to seek advice and ask questions they may have, including practical tools and tips for the preparation, conduct and follow-up of a mini-cPIE. Countries can also use these clinics to propose new tools they deem useful or request technical support from WHO.

This meeting is the second of the series of clinics that will be held in the coming months as countries review the early phase of their vaccine roll-out using the WHO IAR (mini-cPIE) tools.

 

When: Tue 21 September, 12:00-1:30 PM CEST

Registration link: https://echo.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwtd-CpqjgsEtXJtqnn4MEiZksooXRkDKxs

Please feel free to share with others who may find this webinar useful!

 

Languages available:

English, French, and Spanish

 

Links to resources:

  1.   2
Sep
23
  1.   23rd Sep, 2021 15:00 - 16:00 - Europe/Zurich
Deploying an electronic LMIS: Making the right choice   This webinar series presents the leading eLMIS software and service options that are currently deployed in the field. It also explores ho...

Deploying an electronic LMIS: Making the right choice

 

This webinar series presents the leading eLMIS software and service options that are currently deployed in the field. It also explores how to prepare for a deployment and the essential steps in choosing, procuring, and implementing a robust eLMIS in a pharmaceutical supply chain.

 

Session #01: Introducing Bileeta LMIS Software and Services

Date: September 23, 2021 (15:00 CET)

Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3dDFgsDISFCGZzefXViPBw

 

 

To continue the discussion or ask your questions, feel free:

1. to reply to this forum post https://www.technet-21.org/en/forums/discussions/new-webinar-series-deploying-an-electronic-lmis-making-the-right-choice or

2. to join our new telegram group dedicated to Immunization Supply Chain https://t.me/joinchat/RuajXXs201pmOTdk

  1.   1
Oct
07
  1.   7th Oct, 2021 15:00 - 16:00 - Europe/Zurich
Deploying an electronic LMIS: Making the right choice This webinar series presents the leading eLMIS software and service options that are currently deployed in the field. It also explores how to pre...

Deploying an electronic LMIS: Making the right choice

This webinar series presents the leading eLMIS software and service options that are currently deployed in the field. It also explores how to prepare for a deployment and the essential steps in choosing, procuring, and implementing a robust eLMIS in a pharmaceutical supply chain.

Session #03: Introducing Logistimo LMIS Software and Services

Date: October 07, 2021 (15:00 CET)

Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_3dDFgsDISFCGZzefXViPBw

To continue the discussion or ask your questions, feel free:

1. to reply to this forum post https://www.technet-21.org/en/forums/discussions/new-webinar-series-deploying-an-electronic-lmis-making-the-right-choice or

2. to join our new telegram group dedicated to Immunization Supply Chain https://t.me/joinchat/RuajXXs201pmOTdk

  1.   1
Oct
12
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   12th Oct, 2021 12:00 - 13:30 - Europe/Zurich
As countries conduct mini COVID-19 vaccine Post-Introduction Evaluation (mini-cPIE), also called the COVID-19 Vaccination Intra-Action Review (IAR), to review and adjust their COVID-19 vaccine roll-ou...

As countries conduct mini COVID-19 vaccine Post-Introduction Evaluation (mini-cPIE), also called the COVID-19 Vaccination Intra-Action Review (IAR), to review and adjust their COVID-19 vaccine roll-out, WHO will be hosting regular clinics for countries to share learnings with peer countries.
 
Countries that have already conducted a mini-cPIE will be invited to share their experiences, while countries interested in conducting a mini-cPIE can have the opportunity to directly connect with these countries to seek advice and ask questions they may have, including practical tools and tips for the preparation, conduct and follow-up of a mini-cPIE. Countries can also use these clinics to propose new tools they deem useful or request technical support from WHO.
 
This webinar is the third of the series of clinics that will be held in the coming months as countries review the early phase of their vaccine roll-out using the WHO IAR (mini-cPIE) tools.

 

Arabic, French, Russian, and Spanish interpretation provided

 

Register here: https://mailchi.mp/salud.unm.edu/who-mini-cpie-clinic-1012

  1.   1
Oct
12
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   12th Oct, 2021 14:00 - 15:00 - Europe/Zurich
Learning from communities - designing community-led approaches to COVID-19 behaviors and vaccine confidence strategies    WHO EPI-WIN Webinar - Science Communication Tuesday 12 October 20...

Learning from communities - designing community-led approaches to COVID-19 behaviors and vaccine confidence strategies 

 

WHO EPI-WIN Webinar - Science Communication

Tuesday 12 October 2021, 14.00-15.00 CEST

This webinar features Mercy Corps’ approach to community-led responses to COVID-19 behaviors and vaccine confidence. Join us to hear how their approach is applied in Puerto Rico, Haiti, Iraq and Nigeria and what lessons we can learn from these country experiences.

 

Speakers:

Nicole Grable, Mercy Corps, Global

Vimaris Rivera, Mercy Corps, Puerto Rico

Jude Jonathas, Mercy Corps, Haiti

Mohammed Ismael, Mercy Corps, Iraq

Grace Oguntade, Mercy Corps, Nigeria

Q&A 
Participants will be able to submit questions during the webinar by using Zoom's "Q&A" feature.  You may also submit them in advance by sending them to epi-win@who.int  

 

Register here https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_JU4Ujf3nQY2JQj8egemR4A

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