Unique Fellowship Opportunity for National & Sub-national Immunisation Professionals

Deadline to Register: Friday, August 18

Are you a national or sub-national immunisation professional? Are you a leader or key decision-maker on your team? Are you eager to recover your immunisation programme from the COVID-19 pandemic and build it back stronger to achieve the IA2030 targets? You may be a good fit for this program.

Last year, Sabin’s Boost Community and the World Health Organization launched their inaugural COVID-19 Recovery for Routine Immunisation Programmes Fellowship for national and sub-national immunisation staff in an effort to support them as they plan and implement activities for the recovery and strengthening of their countries’ immunisation programmes.

Based on overwhelming demand and success, Boost and WHO are recruiting individuals to participate in a second cohort, which will start August 29 (English) and August 31 (French).

This cohort will participate in a comprehensive program over the course of six months that involves a learning engagement series, developing a strategic plan and potentially receiving 1:1 mentoring support by global immunisation subject matter experts from the conceptual stage of a project idea through implementation.

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