WHO AFRO: Putting Africa back on track to achieve the immunization agenda 2030

To date, routine immunization (RI) services provided through National EPI programmes in the African region have played a pivotal role in reducing deaths and illnesses from vaccine preventable diseases (VPDs). This event seeks to:

  • highlight key successes, challenges and lessons learnt in RI program delivery at country and regional levels.
  • provide useful insights on what remains to be done to reduce the burden of zero-dose, mitigate emerging VPD outbreaks, and strengthen health system resilience for integrated RI service delivery.
  • offer cross-regional sharing on actionable recommendations for WHO and all key immunization partners and stakeholders.
  • galvanize high-level political support for country EPI programmes recovery as well as gain Member States’ alignment with regional immunization priorities in a bid to renew stronger political leadership for immunization prioritization in the achievement of IA2030 agenda.

Hosted by World Health Organization – Africa Regional Office (WHO AFRO)

Join here: https://us06web.zoom.us/j/85919834781?pwd=To4gpEYE4_a1-BoRck6xx8TH3ctSz3xKi1w.NxrT7IBWYI-TyEeY

Passcode: CPHIA@2023

  • Date : November 29, 2023
  • Time : 16:00 - 18:00 (UTC+2)
  • Venue : Banquet Hall 1, Kenneth Kaunda Wing