The Road to the 2022 Summit of the Americas: Vaccine Diplomacy and Engagement

Organized by CSIS The Road to the 2022 Summit of the Americas: Vaccine Diplomacy and Engagement December 14, 2021 RSVP Join the CSIS Americas Program and Project on Prosperity and Development for a virtual discussion on vaccine diplomacy and engagement in Latin America and the Caribbean leading up to the 2022 Summit of the Americas.…

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Advocacy Updates ~ November 29, 2021

Administration News Sec. Blinken hosts COVID-19 Foreign Ministerial On Wednesday, November 10, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken hosted a meeting of foreign ministers to discuss the pandemic and follow-up from the U.S.-hosted COVID-19 Summit that took place on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly. During the meeting, Sec. Blinken launched the Global COVID-19…

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What We Know and Still Don’t Know: Progress and Challenges in the Quest for Transparency to Ensure Equity in the COVID-19 Vaccine Deployment

Organized by Center for Global Development What We Know and Still Don’t Know: Progress and Challenges in the Quest for Transparency to Ensure Equity in the COVID-19 Vaccine Deployment November 4, 2021 RSVP PRESENTER Karen Hussmann, Independent Expert and Researcher, U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre FEATURING Arne Strand, Director, U4 Anti-Corruption Resource Centre Eduardo Bohórquez, Executive…

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COVID-19 vaccine introduction: Insights from malaria, meningitis, and more

Organized by PATH  COVID-19 vaccine introduction: Insights from malaria, meningitis, and more December 3, 2020 RSVP As COVID-19 vaccines become available, the world must have the infrastructure, supply chains, and distributions plans in place to introduce the vaccines at unprecedented scale and speed. What have we learned from past vaccine implementations that can guide an…

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GHC statement on the Global Vaccine Action Plan at the 73rd World Health Assembly

Global Health Council was unable to submit statements on all (or some) official agenda items. Global Health Council, in collaboration with partners, note the following: We commend the World Health Organization and Member States on progress made toward global immunization targets. Despite these efforts, coverage of essential vaccines only increased from 84 to 86 percent…

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Engaging civil society to support equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines

Organized by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health International Vaccine Access Center Engaging civil society to support equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines October 21, 2020 RSVP Vaccines will be an important way to mitigate the pandemic, but they will not likely be available to everyone in all countries for several years. COVAX, co-led by…

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How will a COVID-19 Vaccine be Delivered?

Organized by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health International Vaccine Access Center How will a COVID-19 Vaccine be Delivered? June 17, 2020 RSVP When a COVID-19 vaccine becomes available, it will effectively stop disease transmission only if it reaches the people who need it. Many decisions go into developing a strategy for the delivery of…

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