LNCT Video Launch Webinar: Learning How to Create Empathy and Build Demand for Vaccines Among Vulnerable Groups

March 18, 2021

In collaboration with our network partner, Common Thread, LNCT captured the vaccination journeys of two families within a H’mong community in Yên Bái Province, Vietnam. Their stories, captured in their own words, show how community engagement strategies can be used effectively to create empathy and build demand for vaccines among vulnerable groups. LNCT and Common Thread are pleased to share these case studies with you at an upcoming launch on Thursday, March 18th. During this video launch webinar, Common Thread will walk participants through the two journeys, reflect on the strategies used in the community, and explore how these materials can be used to build skills to generate demand for vaccines amongst ethnic minorities in other contexts.

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