Global Advocacy Approaches to Immunization for All Ages

Global Advocacy Approaches to Immunisation for All Ages

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On 20 May 2020, the World Federation of Public Health Associations (WFPHA) and the International Federation on Ageing (IFA) along with members of the Immunisation for All Ages (IFAA) initiative, with sponsorship provided by Pfizer, held this timely webinar to coincide with the (virtual) WHO World Health Assembly.

We invited senior representatives of nation states and civil societies who would normally attend the World Health Assembly, along with international and national NGOs involved in public health and immunisation, to participate in this forum on global advocacy for immunisation throughout life.

The aims of the webinar were consistent with the IFAA’s Immunisation for all Ages Call to Action to explore ways to encourage all governments to:

  • Prioritise immunisation across the life course as a central component of Universal Health Care
  • Remove barriers to access for appropriate immunisation throughout life to ensure all people are protected and no one is left behind
  • Reduce inequalities in the timely, appropriate and affordable access to immunisation throughout life

Speakers

  • Dr Jane Barratt, International Federation on Ageing, Secretary General
  • Dr Katie Atwell, University of Western Australia, Senior Lecturer
  • Dr Rüdiger Krech, World Health Organisation, Health Promotion, Division of Universal Health Coverage and Healthier Populations, Director
  • Dr David Swerdlow, Clinical Epidemiology Lead & Global COVID-19 Medical Lead, Pfizer Vaccines Global Medical Team, Senior Director
  • Dr Michael Moore, World Federation of Public Health Associations, Immediate Past President

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This webinar discussed successful interventions to celebrate the importance of countries adopting strategic approaches to ensure the highest level of vaccination in each community.

 

Full recording of the webinar is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1zrZG0HrFo&t=1728s

Q&A session of the webinar is available at: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rrMpCHxKBaA

 

 

Presentation slides of the webinar are available NOW!

 

This webinar is part of the International Immunization Task Force lead by the WFPHA.

 

Speakers

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Professor Michael Moore AM

Webinar Chair

Past CEO of Public Health Association of Australia.

Immediate Past President of the World Federation of Public Health Associations.

Former Minister of Health and Community Care, Australia.

Distinguished Fellow at the George Institute for Global Health.


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Professor Walter Ricciardi

Professor of Hygiene and Public Health at the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Rome, Italy.

President-elect of the World Federation of Public Health Associations.

Director of the WHO Collaborating Centre for Health Policy, Governance and Leadership at the Institute of Public Health, Medical School, the Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Rome, Italy.


Eva KabwongeraEva Kabwongera Dr. Eva Kabwongera Akiiki

Immunization Specialist/Team Leader, UNICEF, Uganda

 

 

 

 

 


Rasul BaghirovRasul BaghirovDr. Rasul Baghirov

World Health Organisation Representative to Samoa, American Samoa, Cook Islands, Niue and Tokelau.

 

 

 

 

 


Carla DominguesCarla DominguesDr. Carla Magda Allan Santos Domingues

Former Coordinator of National Immunization Program, Brazil.

 

 

 

 

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This webinar is part of the International Immunization Task Force lead by the WFPHA.

 

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