LNCT Webinar: Key Considerations for Integrating Immunization with Other Primary Health Care Services

March 26, 2020

Please join us on Thursday March 26th, 2020 for LNCT webinar, ‘Key Considerations for Integrating Immunization with Other Primary Health Care Services.’  The webinar will provide participants with a framework for countries considering integrating immunization with other PHC services, including what factors should be considered during the decision-making process and outlining the program components that need to be taken into consideration during planning. Participants will then hear from two countries – Lao PDR and Nigeria – on key challenges and lessons learned from their integration experiences.

Date: March 26, 2020
Time: 10:00-11:00 AM Abuja / 1:00-2:00 PM Tbilisi / 4:00-5:00 PM Bangkok
Details: This session will be hosted in English. Simultaneous interpretation will be offered in Russian, French and Portuguese, as needed.
Register here


  • Rebecca Fields, Senior Technical Advisor for Immunization, JSI
  • Dr. Panome Sayamoungkhoun, EPI Manager, Lao PDR
  • Dr. Garba Bakunawa, Gavi Focal Desk Officer, National Primary Healthcare Development Agency, Nigeria


  • Grace Chee, Senior Program Director & LNCT Technical Facilitator

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