Pro-Equity Strategies to Reach Zero-Dose Children

February 29, 2024

You are invited to join a webinar hosted by the Gavi Zero-Dose Learning Hub (ZDLH) and presented by FHI 360 and the International Institute of Health Management Research (IIHMR). The webinar will highlight strategies for implementing pro-equity interventions to identify and reach zero-dose and under-immunized children through a series of case studies conducted across regional contexts.

Pro-Equity Strategies to Reach Zero-Dose Children

Thursday, February 29, 2024 | 9 a.m. EST DC (2 p.m. Bamako | 3 p.m. Geneva / Abuja | 5 p.m. Kampala | 8 p.m. Dhaka)

Registration link: https://bit.ly/4br6sZX

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