Faith and Immunizations Consultation
January 25, 2012
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. EST
On January 25, 2012, the WFDD and Berkley Center hosted a consultation to discuss how faith-inspired organizations can be strategically engaged in the provision, administration, distribution, and advocacy of immunization. Convening a small group of development practitioners, policymakers, and faith leaders engaged or interested in immunization or children’s health, the consultation aimed to explore the views and work of faith-inspired organizations on the broad range of issues surrounding immunization, while augmenting a recent WFDD draft report with wisdom from the field and comments on how to move from discussion to action.
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Report May 30, 2012
Faith & Immunization: Past, Present and Potential Roles of Faith-Inspired Organizations
Religious communities are vital partners in the war against preventable disease, but more can be done to ensure that greater numbers of children are vaccinated. faith-inspired organizations (FIOs) can play critical roles in equity, distribution and…
Event Summary February 21, 2012
Event Summary: Faith and Immunizations Consultation
A consultation was hosted by WFDD and the Berkley Center on January 25, 2012 to discuss how faith-inspired organizations can be strategically engaged in the provision, administration, distribution, and advocacy of immunization.This meeting report was published to record the discussion.
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