Amidst the turmoil of COVID-19, the development of effective Covid-19 vaccines brings us closer to the promise to put an end to a ravishing pandemic.
The annual celebration of the World Immunization Week offers a unique opportunity to advocate for greater engagement around immunization globally and to promote large-scale vaccination against COVID-19.
The South-Eastern Europe Health Network joins the international call to support successful Covid-19 vaccination campaign rollout in its Member States, enabling the country preparedness and the safeguard of lives and livelihoods from the grip of the pandemic.
The SEEHN, Project HOPE and the Center for Human Rights and Humanitarian Studies at the Watson Institute of Brown University have partnered to deliver a COVID-19 vaccine training program for frontline responders.
As vaccines become available, local vaccinators are racing against time to immunize as many people as possible. These trainings contribute to health care workers’ skills and equip them with adequate knowledge and skills to respond rapidly and safely.
The modularized healthcare worker training, planned for mid-May 2021, will be conducted in coordination with SEE Health Network Member States Ministries of Health and other local partners to ensure that country-specific information is integrated into the training curriculum.
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