VPPN Session: Managing Vaccine Supply with Reduced Shelf Life: Impact of COVID -19 on Vaccine Security

April 22, 2021

UNICEF’s Vaccine Procurement Practitioners Network (VPPN) are pleased to invite you to a Knowledge Sharing Session on: Managing vaccine supply with reduced shelf life: Impact of COVID -19 on vaccine security

The key learning objectives for the session are:

  • To strengthen the understanding of the implications of reduced vaccine shelf life on the whole supply chain system and its potential impact to vaccine supply security.
  • To understand the role of manufacturers, UNICEF and countries and provide guidance on risk mitigation strategies in managing vaccine supply with reduced shelf life.
  • To learn from countries about their barriers and challenges with supply of vaccines with reduced shelf life, and strategies applied to manage the situation.

Date & Time: Thursday, 22 April 2020 09:30-10:30 AM (CET) – NOTE NEW TIME!

Register in advance for this webinar.

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