Georgia Sharing knowledge to Armenia to strengthen immunization legislation

Armenia and Georgia, members of Learning Network for Countries in Transition (LNCT) participated in the twinning program on immunization legislation In February 2020. The twinning program was hosted by Curatio International Foundation. Armenian delegation represented by the Ministry of Health and the National Center for Disease Control visited representatives of the Parliament, Ministries of Health and Education and the National CDC in Tbilisi to exchange experience on immunization legislation for improved vaccine uptake and discuss Georgia’s recent experience on mandatory vaccination.

One of the program participants Svetlana Grigoryan shares her thoughts on the Armenia delegation visit in Georgia. Svetlana is a head of the Immunization and Vaccine-Preventable Diseases Department and Armenian Center for Disease Control.

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