Practitioner Perspectives: 2019 Network-Wide Meeting Interview Series – Indonesia Interview on Challenges and Successes of their Gavi Transition


During our network-wide meeting, which took place in Tangerang, Indonesia in July 2019, we sat down with a few participants to hear about their experiences related to topics around their Gavi transition experiences. This interview features the following LNCT members:

  • Interviewer: Irine Javakhadze, Chief Specialist, Consolidated Budget Formulation Division, Ministry of Finance, Georgia
  • Interviewees: Hashta Meyta, Technical Staff, EPI Unit Directorate of Surveillance and Health Quarantine Ministry of Health, Indonesia
    Imam Subekti, Executive Secretary for Gavi Project, Directorate of Surveillance and Health Quarantine Ministry of Health, Indonesia

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