Exemplars in Vaccine Delivery: Key Lessons in Addressing Facility Readiness, Vaccine Hesitancy, and Community Access

May 17, 2022

The Exemplars in Global Health (EGH) program believes that the quickest path to success is to identify who has already been successful, find out what drove their success, and learn how to adapt those strategies to different circumstances. EGH aims to help guide public health decision-makers around the world through this process. In this session, you will hear from the EGH team, including the Senegal in-country research principal investigator, Dr. Moussa Sarr, on the key drivers of success in addressing vaccine delivery challenges in the three Vaccine Delivery Exemplar countries: Senegal, Zambia, and Nepal. The team will share lessons on how these countries emerged as positive outliers in the field and discuss emerging themes and lessons learned.

You May Also Like

How Immunisation Supply Chains (iSC) Contribute to Identifying, Targeting, and Reaching Zero-dose Communities

Effective supply chains are critical for reaching under-served populations with immunisation and primary health care (PHC) services, as this webinar series will demonstrate. But many programmes face challenges with iSC, including unreliable and duplicative distribution channels, weak stock management systems, and shortages of trained iSC professionals. This webinar series will walk you through technical guidance … Continued

Strengthening Local Capacity to Apply Behavioral Science to Immunisation Programmes

The Behavioral Science – Immunization Network project sought to understand practitioners’ capabilities in behavioral science and to explore its application to immunization in Nepal. The project conducted a scoping exercise in Nepal to understand the existing capacity of practitioners to apply behavioral science to immunization programming. Identifying the need to bring together stakeholders for multisectoral … Continued

Improving Effective Coverage in Health: Do Financial Incentives Work?

The World Bank published a new Policy Research Report Improving Effective Coverage in Health: Do Financial Incentives Work?, that builds on the rigorous body of evidence accumulated on performance-based financing (PBF) to examine the impacts of PBF and draw lessons for the future of health financing. This one hour webinar will have an initial presentation … Continued