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Supplies and Logistics

Vaccine Industry Consultation 26 and 27 October 2015

UNICEF Supply Division is hosting a Vaccine Industry Consultation in Copenhagen from Monday 26th October to Tuesday 27th October.

This year's theme will be on Immunization Supply Chain Strengthening, providing an opportunity for Industry to be updated on UNICEF and other partner's efforts to support country immunization service delivery. Vaccine market updates, vaccine price transparency and Middle Income Strategy will also be included on the agenda.

Please see agenda here.

News Note: Vaccine Industry Consultation Wrap Up - 5 November 2015

For further information please contact Kathryn Dorgan; kdorgan@unicef.org

Presentations
DAY 1

1. Overview of UNICEF and UNICEF Supply Division Strategies and Priorities 2014-2017

2. UNICEF Program Division, Achieving Equity in Immunization Coverage: Program Priorities and Strategic Directions

3. GAVI Update: Strategies and priorities for strengthening routine immunisation

4. WHO updates on prequalification and regulatory systems strengthening

5. Supply Chain Improvement Initiatives and tools for strengthening in-country delivery of vaccines and vaccine supply chains
- Introduction ot the GAVI iSC Strategy
- Effective Vaccine Management
-ViVA for planning and forecasting
- Vaccine Arrival Reports
- Innovations and access to Cold Chain equipment
-Barcoding

6. Emergency and Outbreak Response:  Updates, Challenges and Opportunities for Vaccine Supply

DAY 2

1. Update on global vaccine preventable disease initiatives

2. Update on VPPAG and CTC

3. Overview of UNICEF Vaccine Procurement

4. Vaccine Market Updates
- Traditional EPI vaccines
- Campaign vaccines
- Polio vaccines
- New vaccines

5. Middle Income Country Panel Session
- Regional prospective of vaccine procurement in SEE region
- Vaccine procurement and regulations - Ablania
- Shared Middle Income Country strategy
- UNICEF SD Middle Income Country approach

 


 

 

 

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