LNCT Network-Wide Meeting: Hanoi, Vietnam

December 12, 2017 - December 15, 2017


On December 12-15th, 2017 the second LNCT network-wide event will be held at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Hanoi, Vietnam. Participants will include key stakeholders from Ministries of Health, Ministries of Finance, and health policy and planning agencies in Gavi transitioning countries, along with global, regional, and country level partners. This gathering underpins LNCT’s mission to build a collaborative community working towards successful Gavi transition.

As the second in a series of in-person and virtual LNCT engagements, meeting sessions will center on sharing lessons learned and best practices for managing the Gavi transition, advocating for investments in immunization, and monitoring progress of transition activities.

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