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What have you found to be effective to addressing vaccine hesitancy challenges in your country?

For those using UNICEF procurement, what are the different roles of UNICEF and the MoH in the procurement process? Do you think these roles should evolve once your country has transitioned from Gavi support?

What challenges to vaccine registration are you experiencing? Are you currently using or considering using any fast track procedure? Do you have any questions and/or experiences, challenges, lessons learned on vaccine registration to share?

This question is for all LNCT members. It follows up on the very interesting panel discussion that we heard of private sector immunization providers in Indonesia at the LNCT network-wide meeting in early July. How does your government engage with private for-profit or non-profit immunization providers? Does the MOH distribute national immunization program vaccines to … Continued

Quero agradecer a todos os que estiveram presente nesta reunião em Tangerang, e que de uma forma direta ou indireta puderam partilhar as suas experiência sobre a transição e que acredito que ajudará muito nas decisões e futuras ações para o meu país.

I hope everyone had a chance to see LNCT’s newest blog describing the main takeaways from the first ever joint LNCT and UNICEF VPPN regional workshop on Vaccine Procurement in Tbilisi. If not, you can find it by clicking here. During the workshop, a number of countries mentioned that they are not getting enough responses … Continued

LNCT’s new transition dashboards provide a really helpful overview of transitioning countries’ progress and challenges and also highlight some areas where additional support to countries may be needed. For example, many countries’ health expenditures are now almost fully financed by domestic resources, but a low and even decreasing portion of routine immunization expenditure is financed … Continued

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