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LNCT Webinar Resources: Designing Behavioral Strategies for Immunization in a Covid-19 Context

On May 21, 2020, LNCT held a webinar, Designing Behavioral Strategies for Immunization in a Covid-19 Context. Looking at a few behavioral levers that can increase demand for immunization and learning from countries who have begun to reintroduce immunization services, the webinar explored how countries can increase public trust and demand for immunization to ensure global gains in immunization do not unravel. Participants also heard from four countries – Cote D’Ivoire, India, Sri Lanka and Vietnam – on key challenges and lessons learned from their experiences.

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