Ebola and Vaccines

Session title Ebola and Vaccines:

Ebola Vaccine Communication, Community Engagement and Compliance Management (3C) Gap Analysis Tool

Coordinator Dr. Edward Kumakech – EBODAC Research Associates / Team Leader Ebola Vaccine Communication, Community Engagement and Compliance Management (3C) Gap Analysis Project
Hosts Richard Kabanda – Uganda MoH, Commissioner Health Promotion, Education and Commination
Session objectives To educate through simulation how responsible Ministry of Health and Partners across Sub Saharan Africa can use the new Ebola vaccine Communication, Community Engagement and Compliance Management (3C) Gap Analysis Tool for assessing their country’s preparedness, scoring readiness, identifying gaps, prioritizing and action planning for Ebola vaccine related communication, community engagement and compliance management (3C) in emergency and non-emergency scenarios for optimal Ebola vaccine deployment, acceptance and compliance.
 
Session Format  Panel Discussion Workshop 18 Plenary
Chairs Chair: Dr. Edward Kumakech – EBODAC Research Associates / Team Leader Ebola Vaccine Communication, Community Engagement and Compliance Management (3C) Gap Analysis Project

Co-Chair: Richard Kabanda – Uganda MoH, Commissioner Health Promotion, Education and Commination

Speakers Title Contact Status
Speaker 1 (Policy/Government) Dr. Isa Makumbi – Manager, Public Health Emergency Operations Centre – Uganda MoH

Dr. Alfred Driwale – Programme Manager Uganda Expanded Programme for Immunization – Uganda MoH

Tabley Bakyaita; Assistant Commissioner, Health Promotion, Education and Communication, MoH Uganda

 

issamakumbi@gmail.com

 

 

Driwalealfred2019@gmail.com

 

 

tabs2*2@gmail.com

 

Representatives of National Taskforce Sub Committee for Coordination, Vaccination and Risk Communication and Social Mobilization
Speaker 2 (Academia)
Speaker 3 (Civil Society)

 

Speaker 4 (Private sector)
Speaker 5 (Optional)
Speaker 6 (Optional)
Speaker 7 (Optional)

Event Timeslots (1)

ROOM 6 SHEEMA
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WS 18