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14
  1.   14th 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 #04: Introducing Medexis eLMIS Software and Services

Date: October 14, 2021 (15:00 CEST)

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
18
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   18th Oct, 2021 16:00 - 17:30 - Europe/Zurich
Webinar on novel oral polio vaccine type 2 (nOPV2) rollout – next steps Monday 18 October 2021  10h00 – 11h30 New York; 15h00 – 16h30 Brazzaville; 16h00 – 17h30 Geneva; 17h00 – 18h30 ...

Webinar on novel oral polio vaccine type 2 (nOPV2) rollout – next steps

Monday 18 October 2021 

10h00 – 11h30 New York; 15h00 – 16h30 Brazzaville; 16h00 – 17h30 Geneva; 17h00 – 18h30 Amman/Nairobi; 19h30 – 21h00 New Delhi; 

22h00 – 23h30 Manila 

Join GPEI colleagues for a webinar to learn more about next steps for novel oral polio vaccine type 2 (nOPV2) rollout. Presenters will discuss topics including safety, genetic stability and clinical data to date, latest SAGE developments regarding nOPV2 use, use requirements going forward, and supply and prioritization. The presentation will be followed by a live Q&A session.  

This webinar will be for internal GPEI audiences, and will be available live in English, Arabic and French. GPEI regional teams are encouraged to invite country-level staff as appropriate.

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Details: 

You are invited to a Zoom webinar.

When: Oct 18, 2021 07:00 AM Pacific Time (US and Canada)

Topic: Novel oral polio vaccine type 2 (nOPV2) rollout - next steps

Please click the link below to join the webinar:

https://gatesfoundation.zoom.us/j/98140499665?pwd=K3FybHFCRVgwR3RDSjRHa3FSWEVLUT09

Passcode: 298536

Or One tap mobile : 

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International numbers available: https://gatesfoundation.zoom.us/u/apNUjotm6

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If you have any questions about the webinar or experience any technical difficulties during the event, please reach out to Zulaa Sainjargal (sainjargala@who.int) or Samantha Ritter (samantha.ritter@gatesfoundation.org) or Emily Wright (emily.wright@gatesfoundation.org). 

  1.   2
Oct
28
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   28th Oct, 2021 15:00 - Europe/Zurich
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 choosi...

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 #06: Introducing DHIS2's Last Mile eLMIS Module

Date: October 28, 2021 (15:00 CEST)

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
Nov
04
  1.   4th Nov, 2021 15:00 - Europe/Zurich
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 choosi...

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.

 

Final session: Wrap up Session- What's the right solution for you?

Date: November 4, 2021 (15:00 CET)*

*Please note the time change for some time zones

 

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
Nov
11
  1.   11th Nov, 2021 15:00 - 16:00 - Europe/Zurich
Temperature Monitoring: Keeping a Cold Chain Cold In this webinar series, we will explore the different technologies that are available for active temperature monitoring of your cold chain. Practical...

Temperature Monitoring: Keeping a Cold Chain Cold

In this webinar series, we will explore the different technologies that are available for active temperature monitoring of your cold chain. Practical experiences from countries using 30 Day Temperature Recorders (30DTR) and Remote Temperature Monitoring Devices (RTMD) will provide some best practices and lessons learned from using the different devices. You will also hear about the future of temperature monitoring and what is on the horizon. 

 

Session #01: Where are we with temperature monitoring of cold chain? 

Date: Thursday, November 11, 15:00 CET

Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bqbhhwnWTiyx9unI_VJQiw 

 

This first session of webinar focuses on objectives of using temperature monitoring devices and expected outcome from the webinar. The session will discuss the current options of temperature monitoring devices, practices and challenges in temperature monitoring.

 

To continue the discussion or ask your questions, feel free to reply to this forum post or to join our telegram group dedicated to Immunization Supply Chain https://t.me/joinchat/RuajXXs201pmOTdk

  1.   5
Nov
11
  1.   Global initiatives
  2.    Public
  1.   11th Nov, 2021 15:00 - 16:00 - UTC
Since World Pneumonia Day was established over a decade ago, global implementation of vaccines to prevent pneumonia has progressed despite disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Delivery of...

Since World Pneumonia Day was established over a decade ago, global implementation of vaccines to prevent pneumonia has progressed despite disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Delivery of pneumococcal conjugate vaccines (PCV) remains a high priority for countries as a critical tool for reducing child mortality and meeting SDG goals. Investments in scaling up and measuring the impact of PCV have helped boost the pandemic response in some countries, and countries have progressed with PCV rollouts while also introducing COVID-19 vaccines. The pandemic has progressed the successful use of mRNA vaccines to the forefront of global health and further development and attention to this platform may be beneficial for the future of PCV in low-resource settings. 

Panelists:

  • Arup Deb Roy, MD, Project Director, John Snow, Inc.
  • Keith Klugman, MD, PhD, Director, Pneumonia, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • Lee Hampton, MD, Pediatrician and Medical Epidemiologist, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance
  • Wangeci Kagucia, PhD, Research Fellow, KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme

 

Register here: https://jh.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_MstuzjmrTL-YsIpfTOVJbA

  1.   2
Nov
18
  1.   18th Nov, 2021 15:00 - 19th Nov, 2021 16:00 - Europe/Zurich
Temperature Monitoring: Keeping a Cold Chain Cold In this webinar series, we will explore the different technologies that are available for active temperature monitoring of your cold chain. Practical...

Temperature Monitoring: Keeping a Cold Chain Cold

In this webinar series, we will explore the different technologies that are available for active temperature monitoring of your cold chain. Practical experiences from countries using 30 Day Temperature Recorders (30DTR) and Remote Temperature Monitoring Devices (RTMD) will provide some best practices and lessons learned from using the different devices. You will also hear about the future of temperature monitoring and what is on the horizon. 

 

Session #02: Data at your fingertips: how to best use your 30DTR data

Date: Thursday 18 November, 15:00 CET

Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bqbhhwnWTiyx9unI_VJQiw

 

In this session, we will review the technical aspects of 30DTR (FridgeTag). And you will learn how to optimize your 30DTR data through using support tools such as the Vari App and Pogo App, which are simple and free apps which collects the data, forwards it to an inbox of your choice, and aggregates it into easy-to-use reports. 

To continue the discussion or ask your questions, feel free to reply to this forum post or to join our telegram group dedicated to Immunization Supply Chain https://t.me/joinchat/RuajXXs201pmOTdk 

 

  1.   1
Nov
23
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   23rd Nov, 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 fourth 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 23 November, 12:00-1:30 PM CET

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

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

Arabic, French, Russian, and Spanish interpretation provided

 

For recordings and presentations of the previous clinics, as well as additional resources, please visit: https://www.technet-21.org/en/topics/cpie
  1.   2
Nov
23
  1.   23rd Nov, 2021 13:00 - 14:00 - UTC
This webinar is the second of a six part webinar series on Improving Data Use in Immunization Supply Chain Management   Having good quality data, and using it well, is fundamental to the manage...

This webinar is the second of a six part webinar series on Improving Data Use in Immunization Supply Chain Management

 

Having good quality data, and using it well, is fundamental to the management of immunization supply chains. JSI, with Gavi support, is hosting a third webinar series to build the supply chain capacity of the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) program and supply chain managers to use data. This new series kicks off with two webinars to refresh your knowledge on the data needed and the tools used to collect, report and visualize data, to ensure that the right data of the best quality are available to make immunization supply chain decisions. These webinars are followed by a mini-series, developed and presented with colleagues at VillageReach, on data triangulation – what it is, practical applications at national and subnational levels, and lessons learned with several country examples. The series ends with data use and digital technologies for cold chain management and coordinated supply planning. Come learn with us as we hear from experts and share immunization supply chain management experiences from across the globe.

 

By the end of this webinar, attendees will be able to:

  1. Identify tools for data collection and visualization in immunization supply chain management
  2. Discuss considerations, challenges and lessons learned in applying digital technology to immunization supply chain management

 

More information about the series here: https://www.jsi.com/improving-data-use-in-immunization-supply-chain-management-a-six-part-webinar-series/

  1.   4
Nov
25
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   25th Nov, 2021 10:00 - Europe/Zurich
Updated guidance to support countries in the development of National Immunization Strategies (NIS) is now available in English, French and Russian at https://www.who.int/teams/immunization-vaccines-an...

Updated guidance to support countries in the development of National Immunization Strategies (NIS) is now available in English, French and Russian at https://www.who.int/teams/immunization-vaccines-and-biologicals/vaccine-access/planning-and-financing/nis.

The Guidance is accompanied by a new and simplified costing approach to support the NIS process, NIS.COST https://immunizationeconomics.org/unicef-niscost, as well as guidance on Annual Operational Planning (AOPs).

The new NIS guidance focuses on more informed, country owned, and sustainable decision-making and the prioritization of interventions needed to reach zero dose children and communities (beyond the previous GVAP/cMYP target of 90% coverage). It also supports a dialogue between Ministry of Health and Finance leads to ensure an agreed financial envelope is available to fund NIS key strategic priorities. In addition, there is greater emphasis on a broad and inclusive dialogue at the country level and greater integration with the health care system beyond immunization.

This first webinar in a series will provide an introduction to the new approach and the available guidance. The series will continue with sessions in early 2022 focusing on specific steps in the NIS development process such as the costing approach and situation analysis.

Panellists: WHO HQ NIS Support Team, UNICEF NIS.COST team and WHO Regional Offices.

Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SABRKosXTM2tWhiKMo2zeA

  1.   1
Nov
25
  1.   25th Nov, 2021 15:00 - 16:00 - Europe/Zurich
Temperature Monitoring: Keeping a Cold Chain Cold In this webinar series, we will explore the different technologies that are available for active temperature monitoring of your cold chain. Practical...

Temperature Monitoring: Keeping a Cold Chain Cold

In this webinar series, we will explore the different technologies that are available for active temperature monitoring of your cold chain. Practical experiences from countries using 30 Day Temperature Recorders (30DTR) and Remote Temperature Monitoring Devices (RTMD) will provide some best practices and lessons learned from using the different devices. You will also hear about the future of temperature monitoring and what is on the horizon. 

Session #03: RTMDs: How to get the most out of your real-time temperature monitoring data 

Date: Thursday 25 November, 15:00 CET

Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bqbhhwnWTiyx9unI_VJQiw

With the expansion of the vaccine cold chain network and infrastructure, the ability to monitor equipment performance, procure appropriate equipment, maintain this equipment is vital to ensure safety of vaccines and related investments. This can be significantly enhanced through the analysis and use of data that is routinely generated from cold chain equipment (CCE) and remote temperature monitoring devices (RTMDs). This session explores key considerations in procurement and deployment of RTMDs, data ownership and access, interoperability as well as utilization of data for decision making. Rich country experiences will be shared to show case how countries are making the best use of their data outlining some challenges faced along the way.

To continue the discussion or ask your questions, feel free to reply to this forum post or to join our telegram group dedicated to Immunization Supply Chain https://t.me/joinchat/RuajXXs201pmOTdk 

  1.   4
Nov
30
  1.   Global initiatives
  2.    Public
  1.   30th Nov, 2021 10:00 - 11:30 - UTC
Empower School of Health in partnership with the Regional Office of the World Health Organization for South East Asia (WHO SEARO) and the Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN), is organiz...

Empower School of Health in partnership with the Regional Office of the World Health Organization for South East Asia (WHO SEARO) and the Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network (GOARN), is organizing a Panel Discussion on:

“Pandemic Supply Chain Preparedness and Response: Building supply chain resilience through public-private sector partnerships”

on 30 November 2021, Tuesday at 10:00 – 11:30 GMT/UTC (0).

Covid-19 has yet again demonstrated the crucial role that the private sector plays in diverse areas such as research and development, manufacturing, logistics, technical assistance, capacity building and technology. Through this event, we propose to kick-start a journey to strengthen the public-private partnership in a manner that benefits all and helps us to better prepare and respond to current and future pandemics.

We would be much obliged if you could take part in the event and share this event (either via this mail or with the attached poster) with your relevant contacts and team members.

More information on the event is available in the attached one-pager.

Please feel free to revert for any further clarifications. We look forward to your participation.

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  1.   1
Dec
02
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   2nd Dec, 2021 10:00 - 11:00 - UTC
Des directives actualisées visant à aider les pays à élaborer des stratégies nationales de vaccination (SNV) sont désormais disponibles en anglais, en français et en russe sur le site https://www.who....

Des directives actualisées visant à aider les pays à élaborer des stratégies nationales de vaccination (SNV) sont désormais disponibles en anglais, en français et en russe sur le site https://www.who.int/teams/immunization-vaccines-and-biologicals/vaccine-access/planning-and-financing/nis. Les directives sont accompagnées d'une nouvelle approche simplifiée du calcul des coûts pour soutenir le processus des SNV, NIS.COST https://immunizationeconomics.org/unicef-niscost, ainsi que de conseils sur la planification opérationnelle annuelle (POA). 

Les nouvelles directives SNV se concentrent sur une prise de décision plus éclairée, plus durable et mieux maîtrisée par les pays, et sur la hiérarchisation des interventions nécessaires pour atteindre l'objectif de zéro dose pour les enfants et les communautés (au-delà de l'objectif précédent du GVAP/cMYP de 90% de couverture). Il soutient également un dialogue entre les responsables du ministère de la santé et des finances afin de s'assurer qu'une enveloppe financière convenue est disponible pour financer les priorités stratégiques clés de la SNV. En outre, l'accent est mis sur un dialogue large et inclusif au niveau national et sur une plus grande intégration avec le système de soins de santé au-delà de la vaccination.

Ce premier webinaire d'une série fournira une introduction à la nouvelle approche et aux directives disponibles. La série se poursuivra avec des sessions au début de l'année 2022 qui se concentreront sur des étapes spécifiques du processus de développement de la SNV, telles que l'approche du calcul des coûts et l'analyse de la situation. 

Panélistes : Équipe de soutien NIS du siège de l'OMS, équipe NIS.COST de l'UNICEF et bureaux régionaux de l'OMS.

 

Inscription: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_SOmj0MGrSN-VjrixgNY5FA

  1.   1
Dec
02
  1.   2nd Dec, 2021 15:00 - 16:00 - Europe/Zurich
Webinar series: Temperature Monitoring: Keeping a Cold Chain Cold In this series, we will explore the different technologies that are available for active temperature monitoring of your cold chain. P...

Webinar series: Temperature Monitoring: Keeping a Cold Chain Cold

In this series, we will explore the different technologies that are available for active temperature monitoring of your cold chain. Practical experiences from countries using 30 Day Temperature Recorders (30DTR) and Remote Temperature Monitoring Devices (RTMD) will provide some best practices and lessons learned from using the different devices. You will also hear about the future of temperature monitoring and what is on the horizon. 

 

Session #04: Equipment Monitoring Systems (EMS): The future of interactive cold chain performance monitoring

Date: Thursday 02 December, 15:00 CET

Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bqbhhwnWTiyx9unI_VJQiw

Immunization programs often encounter technical challenges when adopting current cold chain equipment (CCE) performance monitoring tools. WHO PQS is working towards solving these challenges by establishing a new way of monitoring equipment performance. This interactive session presents the future of equipment monitoring systems (EMS) and how they can become a valuable tool for immunization programs. Participants will also have the chance to provide their feedback on the proposed EMS features in real-time through an interactive survey tool.

 

To continue the discussion or ask your questions, feel free to reply to this forum post or to join our telegram group dedicated to Immunization Supply Chain https://t.me/joinchat/RuajXXs201pmOTdk 

  1.   2
Dec
09
  1.   General
  2.    Public
  1.   9th Dec, 2021 08:00 - 09:00 - America/New_York
On behalf of the Sabin Vaccine Institute, the Bay Area Global Health Alliance and the Alliance for Advancing Health Online, we invite you to join us for this virtual event. You will hear from communi...

On behalf of the Sabin Vaccine Institute, the Bay Area Global Health Alliance and the Alliance for Advancing Health Online, we invite you to join us for this virtual event.

You will hear from communications and global health experts who will share their experience developing persuasive social media messaging to address vaccine hesitancy, using peer-reviewed literature and extensive online testing for greater behavior change impact. Join us to learn about the strategies they used, lessons learned through campaign testing, and how to apply these results to improve campaigns

This event will feature:

  • Liudmyla Palama, UNICEF Ukraine
  • Daniel Erchick, PhD, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
  • Tina Agbonyinma, Sabin’s Boost Community
  • Nqobizitha Ndlovu, Adaptive Change Advisors (moderator)
  1.   2
Dec
09
  1.   9th Dec, 2021 15:00 - 16:00 - Europe/Zurich
Webinar series: Temperature Monitoring: Keeping a Cold Chain Cold In this series, we will explore the different technologies that are available for active temperature monitoring of your cold cha...

Webinar series: Temperature Monitoring: Keeping a Cold Chain Cold

In this series, we will explore the different technologies that are available for active temperature monitoring of your cold chain. Practical experiences from countries using 30 Day Temperature Recorders (30DTR) and Remote Temperature Monitoring Devices (RTMD) will provide some best practices and lessons learned from using the different devices. You will also hear about the future of temperature monitoring and what is on the horizon. 

Session #05: Connecting the dots: Using CCE temperature monitoring data to improve cold chain systems and maintenance practices 

Date: Thursday 09 December, 15:00 CET

Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_bqbhhwnWTiyx9unI_VJQiw

This concluding sessions presents an overarching vision for using the different temperature monitoring systems to strengthen cold chain monitoring and maintenance practices and looks at making best use of available data. It will discuss actions that can be taken to strengthen cold chain monitoring, and the different levers and mechanisms that can be used to achieve this vision. The session will also explore this goal of strengthening use of data to improve cold chain systems in the context of the Gavi 5.0 strategy and ask participants to weigh in on this vision to help shape its implementation.

To continue the discussion or ask your questions, feel free to join our telegram group dedicated to Immunization Supply Chain https://t.me/joinchat/RuajXXs201pmOTdk 

  1.   1
Dec
14
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   14th Dec, 2021 15:00 - 16:30 - 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 fifth 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.

 

Register here: https://echo.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwtd-CpqjgsEtXJtqnn4MEiZksooXRkDKxs

  1.   2
Dec
15
  1.   Cold chain equipment
  2.    Public
  1.   15th Dec, 2021 10:00 - 11:00 - Europe/Zurich
The WHO is launching the new web-based and mobile-based equipment Inventory and Gap Analysis (IGA) application. Join us in a webinar to learn how this application can ease up the burden of maintaining...

The WHO is launching the new web-based and mobile-based equipment Inventory and Gap Analysis (IGA) application. Join us in a webinar to learn how this application can ease up the burden of maintaining an updated cold chain equipment inventory and generate reports to identify where there are capacity gaps. This session will introduce you to the different functionalities of IGA and will provide an opportunity to learn from the experiences of current users.

The webinar will be held on 15th December at 10:00 AM Geneva time (CET). 

Please use this link to register: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_dX6gmRtdTIm_54T-oFIhJw 

We look forward to your participation! 

  1.   4
Dec
15
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   15th Dec, 2021 12:00 - 13:30 - Europe/Zurich
Webinar series: WHO Costing, Budgeting, Financing and Delivery of COVID-19 Vaccines The WHO’s Department of Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals (IVB) and WHO Health Emergency programme (...

Webinar series: WHO Costing, Budgeting, Financing and Delivery of COVID-19 Vaccines

The WHO’s Department of Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals (IVB) and WHO Health Emergency programme (WHE) are partnering with Project ECHO of the University of New Mexico (UNM), UNICEF, and TechNet-21 to host a series of 15 sessions that align with countries’ immediate and medium-term needs.
  

Final session: Global Status Update: A year in reflection and a year ahead

When: Wednesday 15 December 12:00 CET

Registration link: https://echo.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_-laAatzPS1SeSxvJmF-PNg

 

Interpretation into French and Spanish will be available

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