Global health educational and networking events
Health systems throughout the world have been rapidly overwhelmed and compromised by the COVID-19 crisis. Essential health services and routine immunization programs that are normally strengthened by supplementary immunization activities and national campaigns have been severely impacted.
As the global health community takes steps to recover lost ground, this webinar presents a case study report documenting the good practices and lessons learned from six countries that have managed to reinstate immunization campaigns despite the wide-ranging impact of the COVID-19 crisis. The report compiles experiences, achievements and challenges from Angola, Bangladesh, India, Papua New Guinea, the Philippines and Yemen.
Please join UNICEF and WHO on 12th August, 2021 at 9:30 EST (14:30 GMT), with UNICEF and WHO representatives from Yemen, India and the Philippines, who will discuss their experiences and participate in a Q&A session. The link to the webinar is: https://unicef.zoom.us/j/99165665379?from=addon The recording will be shared after the webinar for those colleagues who will be unable to join.
Katie Leach – Author of the case study report, Public Health Consultant, UNICEF
Ansar Rasheed – Communication for Development Manager, UNICEF
Dr Javed Iqbal – Medical Officer EPI, WHO
Victor Sule – Immunization Manager, UNICEF
Carla Ante Orozco – Immunization Specialist, UNICEF
Kathleen Solis – Communication for Development, UNICEF
Dr Bhrigu Kapuria – Health Specialist, UNICEF
Dr Rija Andriamihantanirina – Immunization Specialist, UNICEF
Imran Mirza – Health Specialist, Health Section, UNICEF NYHQ
We look forward to seeing you on 12th August!