LNCT Webinar: Strengthening Public-Private Engagement for Immunization Delivery

November 26, 2019

Please join us on Tuesday November 26th for a LNCT webinar on Strengthening Public-Private Engagement for Immunization Delivery. Ann Levin will present key findings and observations from case studies on different ways that the MoH engages with private sector providers to support immunization program performance. Participants will then hear experiences from two countries — Malawi and Georgia — with different models for engaging with private providers. The webinar will conclude with a 20 minute moderated question & answer discussion with the panelists.

Panelists:

  • Ann Levin, Senior Consultant, UNICEF; Immunization Financing Consultant, Abt Associates
  • Temwa Mzengeza, Ag Program Manager & National Routine Immunization Officer, Expanded Program on Immunization (EPI), Ministry of Health, Malawi
  • Ekaterine Adamia, Head of Public Heathcare and Programs Division of Healthcare Department, Ministry of Health, Georgia

Register for the webinar here.

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