Achieving the Sustainable Development Goals – Reaching the Communities Left Furthest Behind

October 7, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected countries and people in very different ways, making the SDG’s principle to Leave No One Behind particularly relevant as decision makers at all levels consider recovery plans to build back better from the lingering pandemic. Reaching zero-dose children is a key step as addressing this also provides vulnerable families with access to additional primary health care services. This webinar will feature speakers representing the immunisation, education, nutrition, and women’s empowerment sectors to build on the momentum of this year’s UN General Assembly and the High Level Political Forum.

Register for the webinar here.

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