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Each of the 45 dynamic sessions will help advance and deliver Results, Innovation, Sustainability and Equity (RISE).


Wednesday 5th DecemberThursday 6th DecemberFriday 7th December
RESULTS
13:30BOT 3Prospective evaluations for real-time learning08:00MarqueePlenary08:00MarqueePlenary
13:30Kibo 1Polio, Measles and New Vaccines: Bridging Across the Interventions10:30Kibo 2Best Practice in Introducing New Vaccines14:30Kibo 2Malaria Vaccines and Malaria Control
13:30Kibo 2The value of vaccines in Health and Economic Development10:30ZanzibarSpeeding up the Shots: the Power of Regional Communities Collaboration14:30ZanzibarFrom Important to Essential; Routine Immunisation, the GAVI Alliance and Polio Eradication
15:30Kibo 3National Ownership of Innovative Supply Chain Technologies14:45ZanzibarIncreasing Awareness for Vaccines – Lessons from the Private Sector14:30MarqueeHarnessing Private Sector Expertise for Social Innovation
15:30Kibo 2HPV Vaccination and Best Practices in Reaching Adolescent Girls15:00Kibo 1Measure What You Manage: the Data Quality Challenge16:30MarqueeClosing Plenary
15:30Bot 2The Promise of Rubella Vaccines and MR      
   
INNOVATION
13:30BOT 2Breaking news on rotavirus and pneumococcal conjugate vaccines safety and effectiveness10:30Kibo 2Best Practice in Introducing New Vaccines10:00ZanzibarThe New New Vaccines: What Vaccines Could be Coming Your Way in the Next 5-7 Years
13:30BOT 3Prospective evaluations for real-time learning13:00ZanzibarTrends in the Vaccine Market and Health Systems14:30Kibo 2Malaria Vaccines and Malaria Control
15:30Kibo 3National Ownership of Innovative Supply Chain Technologies15:00Kibo 1Measure What You Manage: the Data Quality Challenge14:30Kibo 3The Role of Technology Transfer in Sustainable Access to Vaccine Innovation: Conditions for Success
15:30BOT 1Innovative Approaches to Immunisation and Health Delivery15:00Kibo 2Understanding Vaccine Development, Manufacturing, Regulation and Procurement14:30MarqueeHarnessing Private Sector Expertise for Social Innovation
   
SUSTAINABILITY
13:30BOT 2Vaccine Market dynamics: perspectives for accessible and reliable supply10:30MarqueeCountry Tailored Programming Workshop10:00MarqueeGAVI Graduation: Achieve, Share, Inspire
13:30Kibo 2The value of vaccines in Health and Economic Development10:30ZanzibarSpeeding up the Shots: the Power of Regional Communities Collaboration10:00Kibo 2Country Driven Programmes
14:00MarqueeWorking with Parliamentarians (closed session)13:00MarqueeSustainable Financing: Co-Financing and Sustainability12:30MarqueePolitical Will for Health and Immunisation
15:30Kibo 1Fiscal Space and Co-Financing15:00Kibo 3Building Resilience in Fragile States   
   
EQUITY
13:30Kibo 1Polio, Measles and New Vaccines: Bridging Across the Interventions10:30Kibo 1Rising Up! Advocacy for Immunisation10:00Kibo 1Civil Society: Bridging Communities and Health Systems to Reach the Unreached
15:30Kibo 2HPV Vaccination and Best Practices in Reaching Adolescent Girls10:30Kibo 3Paediatrician Perspectives: a Booster Shot for the Immunisation Agenda12:30ZanzibarHow to Reach the Unreached: Overcoming inequities in Immunisation
15:30BOT 2The Promise of Rubella Vaccines and MR15:00MarqueeVaccines and Cancer Control: from Hepatitis B to HPV14:30ZanzibarFrom Important to Essential; Routine Immunisation, the GAVI Alliance and Polio Eradication
   14:45ZanzibarIncreasing Awareness for Vaccines – Lessons from the Private Sector14:30MarqueeHarnessing Private Sector Expertise for Social Innovation
      14:30Kibo 1Faith and the Drive for Equity in Immunisation

 

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