Boost Webinar: Demonstrating the Power of PEI/EPI Synergies

March 1, 2021

WHAT: Boost’s sixth Bright Spots webinar will feature JSI Pakistan colleagues, as they share their story of addressing barriers to vaccination coverage in the Sindh province in southwestern Pakistan through a new framework with a synergistic approach. Over the course of the session, the team will share their process and challenges, lessons learned, successes to date and highlight some of his approaches that might be relevant to you in your own work.

READ: If you have time, please review the story in advance of the webinar.

WHEN: Monday, March 1 from 8:00 AM – 9:00 AM EST (find local time)

Register here!

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