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UNICEF Vaccine Procurement Practitioners Network

The Vaccine Procurement Practitioners Network (VPPN), hosted by UNICEF Supply Division, is a network of senior-level practitioners and technical experts from middle-income countries, UNICEF, and partner organizations who exchange knowledge and learn from each other’s experiences online and at face-to-face events. Members of the VPPN gain access to webinars, an online discussion forum, a resource library, and an annual in-person exchange forum.

 

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