Guiding Principles for Recovering, Building Resiliency, and Strengthening of Immunisation in 2022 and Beyond

LOOK AT THIS IF YOU'RE INTERESTED IN:

Understanding global recommendations for recovering, building resiliency, and strengthening of immunisation programmes.

HOW YOU CAN USE THIS MATERIAL:

These guiding principles should be used by country decision-makers in their decision-making and actions regarding immunisation recovery, resiliency, and strengthening of immunisation programmes in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, including COVID-19 vaccination introduction and scale-up, and support efforts toward pandemic preparedness and building global health security.

OVERVIEW:

Countries are encouraged to urgently close immunity gaps and recover immunisation services while capitalizing on the opportunities from the pandemic response and COVID-19 vaccine roll-out. These guiding principles intend to support countries in their decision-making and actions regarding immunisation recovery, resiliency, and strengthening of immunisation programmes in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic, including COVID-19 vaccination introduction and scale-up, and support efforts toward pandemic preparedness and building global health security.

You May Also Like

Linked Practitioner Perspective: Sri Lanka’s Experience Mobilizing the Military Medical Services for COVID-19 Response

The Ministry of Health (MoH) and Military Medical Services in Sri Lanka worked side-by-side to ensure health workers were able to continue providing routine immunisation and other primary health care services throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. We recently sat down with Col. Dr. Saveen Semage, former Deputy Director, Sri Lanka Army Preventive Medical Services and Consultant … Continued