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Registration has now opened for BactiVac 2nd Annual Network Meeting. The event will be held on 20 & 21 March 2019 in Birmingham, UK. Read more here
WHO-Geneva office is recruiting a Health Economist for the Supply Technology and Financing Team in EPI. This position will lead immunization financing work within the IVB department. Apply by Oct 29, 2018. See more here
The Expanded Program on Immunization Costing project (EPIC), led by Dr. Stephen Resch, aims to understand the cost and cost drivers of delivering immunization programs in low- and middle- income countries. Learn more about job opening here
This position manages the research projects in the portfolio of Professor David E. Bloom, including the Value of Vaccination Research Network (VoVRN) project, a multi-year effort to fund and encourage new research on the social and economic benefits of vaccination. Learn more about job opening here
The International Health Economics Association is pleased to announce that
Abstract Submissions for the 2019 iHEA World Congress in Basel are now open!
BactiVac catalyst funding is available to support scientists in bacterial vaccinology to explore new approaches and strategies to advance their vaccines in partnership with LMICs and across the academia/industry divide. Read more here
The WHO is recruiting a Technical Officer (Health Financing for UHC-HCF) in WHO KENYA. Application open until Oct 3, 2018. See more here
UNICEF is supporting the government of Sudan to sustain immunization achievements post-Gavi transition through the generation of evidence on the health and economic impact of Immunization in Sudan. Read more here
Held in South Africa on September 3-12, this course is part of a broader training module of the ALIVE initiative. Application deadline is June 30, read more here.
The WHO is looking to develop a pool of experts that can be more readily called upon to help respond to country needs for technical support on monitoring financial protection, and to also support WHO’s analytical work on monitoring financial protection. Read more here.
UNICEF is searching for health economic consultants with interest in immunization to join a newly formed roster system. Consultants in the roster can be recruited on short notice on flexible terms. All levels of experience are welcome. Apply by 20th May 2018 via this link
Catalyst funding is available to support scientists in bacterial vaccinology to explore new approaches and strategies to advance their vaccines in partnership with LMICs and across the academia/industry divide. Read more here.
Help ministries of health and UNICEF partners engage effectively with the private providers/sectors to expand immunization coverage and reduce inequities. Proposal deadline Feb 19, (11am Amman time). Read more here.