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The road to equitable vaccination for COVID-19 and beyond

By PATH

COUNTRY

Online and United States

Date & time

02 June 2021

11:00am

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02 June 2021

About this event

Ending the COVID-19 pandemic is dependent upon all countries having access to vaccines. But demand is outpacing supply by billions of doses, and many countries still don’t have access to the vaccines they need to control the virus and protect their populations.

This PATH Live Forum will take a closer look at what has worked—and what hasn’t—in the global effort to increase equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines. Join our panelists in a discussion about priorities for this pandemic, as well as how to build sustainable immunization systems for future pandemic preparedness.

SPEAKERS

Dr. Kwame Amponsa-Achiano, Manager, Expanded Programme on Immunisation, Ghana Ministry of Health

Sibusiso Hlatjwako, Country representative and Advocacy & Partnerships Manager, South Africa, PATH

Sanne Wendes, Lead Design and Operationalisation, Office of the COVAX Facility at Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance

John Bawa, Team lead, Vaccine Implementation, Africa, PATH (moderator)

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