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LNCT Webinar Resources: Ask Gavi Session 1: Q&A on Post-Transition Country Support

The LNCT webinar, ‘Ask Gavi Session 1: Q&A on Post-Transition Country Support,’ took place on 29 November 2018. The discussion focused on Gavi post-transition country support requests. Panelists included Joanna Wisniewska, IF&S Senior Program Manager who reviewed the post-transition support process and provided an update on country support requests. Mr. Alexei Ceban, National Agency for Public Health, Moldova, provided insight based on Moldova’s recently submitted post-transition support request.

Included here are the presentation materials used for the webinar.

Presentation Slides

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Q&A Discussion Summary

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