NOTE: the below activities are available to all users of Agora. Many more opportunities are available to UNICEF Staff and NatCom learners once logged in.
This course shows country-level leaders and management how to establish or strengthen a National Logistics Working Group (NLWG). It reviews the tasks and documents involved to maintain adequate stock levels at all levels of the supply chain, from receiving, storing, monitoring, and issuing stocks of vaccines and supplies.
This Adverse Events Following Immunization (AEFI) Communication eLearning course helps Immunization Partners and their counterpart government officials to identify a public health concern that arises from immunization, gauge its potential impact, and design and manage an appropriate communication response. The content comprises basic communication preparedness and response concepts, approaches and tools. It has been produced in collaboration with WHO and CDC to ensure highest quality standards, extending the ongoing WHO & UNICEF Immunization e-learning initiative.
Vaccination should be among the high-priority health interventions implemented to limit the avoidable morbidity and mortality due to Vaccine Preventable diseases.
This elearning program teaches how to plan and implement high-quality supplementary immunization activities for injectable vaccines (using an example of measles and rubella vaccines).
Ce cours vous apprendra comment examiner les informations et découvrir les questions qui peuvent avoir une incidence sur la surveillance de la température des vaccins.