Boost Webinar: Vaccine Exemplars’ Perspectives on Prioritizing Routine Immunization During COVID-19

December 10, 2020

As the world continues to tackle this pandemic, it is important to pass the mic to experts to share successful strategies of maintaining and resuming routine immunization and other health services while facing the challenge of responding to COVID-19.

Boost together with Exemplars in Global Health invite community members to join in, listen and ask questions as a panel of immunization experts share their success stories and challenges in vaccinating their communities in Nepal and Senegal. Featured panelists will include: Dr. Moussa Sarr and Mr. Daouda Gueye from the Institute for Health Research, Epidemiological Surveillance ad Training (IRESSEF) in Senegal and Dr. Sameer Dixit from the Center for Molecular Dynamics Nepal.

Register now to gain:

  • Knowledge about the power of leading by example and adaptive strategies to inform positive change, through the work of Exemplars in Global Health
  • Insights from immunization professionals on current responses to COVID-19
  • Perspective on successful strategies to tackle barriers to routine immunization in Nepal and Senegal
  • Key learnings and considerations to adapt for country and context-specific responses to COVID-19 and prioritizing immunizations

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