VPPN Budgeting/Financing Webinar

January 30, 2019

UNICEF VPPN  invites you join them on Wednesday, January 30th from 9am-10am Copenhagen time for the Budgeting/Financing webinar.

Presenters/Panelists:

  • Countries: MoH Representative from Côte D’Ivoire, and MoH Representative from Uzbekistan
  • UNICEF SD: Marcia Attaran, Procurement Services Manager, and Aleksandra Krukar, Finance Specialist
  • Gavi: Juliette Puret, Senior Programme Manager, Immunization Financing and Sustainability

Agenda:

  • Introduction/Objectives (3 min)
  • Update on VII by UNICEF SD invited experts (5 min)
  • Question period (5-10 min)
  • Côte D’Ivoire presentation (10 min)
  • Panel/participants discussion (5-10 min)
  • Uzbekistan presentation (10 min)
  • Panel/participants discussion (5-10 min)
  • Wrap-up & Close (2 min)

Bring your questions and experiences and take advantage of the opportunity to learn and share knowledge on this thematic discussion topic.

To mark your calendar and receive a reminder about the webinar, click “Accept” (Outlook) or “Yes” (Google calendar). To directly join the webinar, click on the link below on January 30th at 9am Copenhagen time: Join the Budgeting/Financing webinar on January 30th, 9am Copenhagen time via Skype Meeting  

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