Reversing Alarming Declines in Immunisation: Building sustainable vaccine demand with and for communities

September 21, 2022

In this event covering COVID-19 vaccinations and routine childhood immunisations, we will explore:

  • What the barriers are to restoring and sustaining high acceptance and demand for both COVID-19 vaccines and routine immunisations in LMICs.
  • How misinformation and limited health services are particularly holding back progress for equitable vaccine access and demand.
  • Which pioneering practices from LMICs we can build on to drive high vaccination rates through community engagement.

Save your spot to join us online to be a part of how communities and professionals can be supported to increase vaccine coverage across the world.

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