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Out
19
  1.   Supply chain and logistics
  2.    Group Event
  1.   19th Out, 2020 16:00 - 30th Abr, 2022 16:00 - Europe/Stockholm
The Visibility for Vaccines (ViVa) platform is a stock visibility dashboard that visualizes the pipeline of current stocks, vaccine orders as well as forecasts. It enables country governments to bette...
The Visibility for Vaccines (ViVa) platform is a stock visibility dashboard that visualizes the pipeline of current stocks, vaccine orders as well as forecasts. It enables country governments to better identify and prevent potential vaccine stock outs or overstocks before they occur. The platform was developed by UNICEF, with funding from the UPS Foundation, and first introduced in 2016. ViVa currently has over 350 registered users in 37 countries.
This new course trains users on the functionalities of the ViVa platform, how to effectively analyze and interpret ViVa’s dashboards and data, as well as on how to integrate this analysis into routine business processes in countries. By adopting this comprehensive approach, the training aims to both strengthen Viva user competencies as well as promote a more data-based approach to vaccine supply decision-making.
The main target audience for this course are national government EPI staff. UNICEF country and regional staff, as well as other in-country vaccine partners, will also benefit from this course.
 
The training is availble on the Agora training website and is available in French and English.

 

You can access the course through the following links: 
English: https://agora.unicef.org/course/view.php?id=25034
French: https://agora.unicef.org/course/view.php?id=25803
 
 
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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Dez
01
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   1st Dez, 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.
  

Topic of this session: COVID-19 and COVAX Data, Country, Regional, Global Views

Data are critical to understanding progress and challenges to COVID-19 vaccine roll-out and to supporting COVID-19 vaccine implementation.  As such, knowledge about both:1) key implementation bottlenecks and2) successful strategies at the country-level enables governments and partners to take action.These data relating to COVID-19 vaccine implementation are available through a number of channels and through various institutions.  This session seeks to highlight several key sources of these data made available by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the COVAX alliance members, and global implementing partners.  The session also aims to flatten the “information hierarchy,” making key information available to interested immunization partners.

When: Wednesday 1 December 12:00 CET

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

 

Interpretation into French and Spanish will be available

Dez
02
  1.   Programme management
  2.    Public
  1.   2nd Dez, 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

Dez
02
  1.   2nd Dez, 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 

Maio
09
  1.   Global initiatives
  2.    Public
  1.   9th Maio, 2022 - 22nd Maio, 2022 - UTC
ADVAC is a two-week training programme for decision-makers, including academia, industry, governmental and non-governmental agencies. The Course aims to facilitate critical decision-making in vaccino...

ADVAC is a two-week training programme for decision-makers, including academia, industry, governmental and non-governmental

agencies. The Course aims to facilitate critical decision-making in vaccinology by providing participants with a comprehensive

overview of the various aspects of vaccinology (immunology, vaccine development, clinical trials, regulatory processes,

vaccine-specific issues including new vaccines, vaccination strategies and policies, programme implementation, humanitarian

emergencies, social, economic, political and ethical issues, financing, and communications…)

Registration for the course will open on the website (www.advac.org) on July 1, 2021 and will close on November 15, 2021

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