Why it Matters
Through community listening and local trusted messengers, we aim to address the factors driving lower vaccination rates to accelerate an equitable pandemic response and strengthen health systems.
The Path Forward: A Post-Omicron Strategy for the Global Covid-19 ResponseCovid GAP urges the world’s response to the pandemic to shift from emergency crisis management to a sustainable control strategy. This strategy should help to build resilient health systems with capabilities to address potential future Covid-19 outbreaks and other public health threats.Download PDF
VAN Retrospective Report: Peer Learning for Action on Covid-19 Vaccination UptakeThe Vaccination Action Network (VAN) is a locally-led, peer-to-peer learning initiative designed to improve health systems across sub-Saharan Africa while scaling demand for Covid-19 vaccines. With support from The Rockefeller Foundation, Amref Health Africa, Sabin Vaccine Institute, and Dalberg, VAN has supported decisionmakers in Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe to identify Covid-19 vaccine demand challenges and co-create action projects that address them.Download PDF
- An integrated healthcare network underpinned with intercultural communication and centering the rights of Indigenous peoples is saving lives in the Amazon.
- “We didn’t want our program to be designed only by people who drive cars or sit behind computers. We wanted to speak to lived realities."
- In India, ARTPARK is breaking new ground in uniting with policy implementers to create an early warning system that allows public health officials to respond proactively to dengue outbreaks—and that’s just the beginning.