Special Event: Immunisation on the Road to Primary Health Care (PHC) and Universal Health Coverage (UHC)

December 12, 2022

WHEN: Monday, December 12, 2022 9:00 AM EST

WHAT: Immunisation is a critical component of primary health care (PHC) and offers a clear entry point for multisectoral efforts to strengthen PHC and UHC. During this Special Event, the IA2030 Working Group on Strategic Priority 1 (SP1, Immunisation Programmes for Primary Health Care and Universal Health Coverage) will launch the Immunisation for PHC: Framework for Action that provides examples of good practices from a range of countries and practical actions that immunisation and PHC professionals at all levels of the health system can take.

REGISTRATION: Learn more and request your invitation here.

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