Sharing Humanity & Inclusion findings on drivers and barriers to immunization information and services among persons with disabilities in Somalia.
“We need to plan how we can make vaccination accessible for everyone: this disease can return any moment” (Nurse, female, 53 yo).
Humanity & Inclusion shares the findings of a quantitative and qualitative research about behavioral and social drivers of COVID-19 vaccination among persons with disabilities in camps in Somalia using the BeSD assessment tool by WHO. In addition to offer an insight on marginalized populations’ access to health information and services, panelists from health institutions and local and global civil society will discuss practical scalable recommendations to promote health equity leaving no one behind.
- Davide ZIVERI, PhD, Environmental Health Specialist, Humanity & Inclusion
- Fridah KAGURI KIREMA, Country Manager Humanity & Inclusion Somalia
- Alessandra ARESU, PhD, Global Inclusive Health director, Humanity & Inclusion
- Brooke WINTERBURN, MPH, Inclusive Health Technical Specialist | Global Inclusive Health Division Humanity & Inclusion
- Dr. Lisa Menning, Team Lead, Demand and Behavioural Sciences Department of Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals, WHO Geneva
- dr. Hawaa Abdullahi, Technical Specialist, Humanity & Inclusion Somalia
- Raphael Nicolas WITTWER, Country director, Humanity & Inclusion
SAVE THE DATE: Tue, Jul 25, 10:00 AM – 11:30 AM (CEST)
Register (free) at: https://events.teams.microsoft.com/event/1fe03c14-b60f-4926-8a0e-82d6d4c3f8fb@43fda1c4-4efd-419a-a747-448d287773f0 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org