Linked Workshop: Strengthening the Delivery of Immunisation Services through PHC Platforms

July 26, 2022 - July 27, 2022


The Linked Immunisation Action Network is hosting an in-person collaborative learning engagement to bring together country immunisation stakeholders from Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Mongolia, and Uzbekistan, as well as global experts, to share experiences, mitigating strategies, and good practices to address the challenges these member countries are facing with the delivery of immunisation services through PHC platforms, with the objective of strengthening service delivery to maintain, increase, or restore coverage levels.


July 26-27, 2022


The workshop plenary sessions will all be available virtually in English and Russian and we invite you to participate using the links below.

DAY 1: July 26


The day 1 link will be live on July 26 from 9:15 through 17:00 in the Tbilisi timezone.


DAY 2: July 27


The day 2 link will be live on July 27 from 8:45 through 17:00 in the Tbilisi timezone.


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