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Teach to Reach: Local health practitioners from all over the world will meet on 14 October 2022 to explore how to build back better and prepare for the next pandemic

GENEVA, 5 October 2022 (THE GENEVA LEARNING FOUNDATION) – The seventh edition of Teach to Reach on 14 October 2022 will connect over 13,000 immunization and other Primary Health care (PHC) professionals determined to “build back better”, as the COVID-19 pandemic fuels the largest continued backslide in vaccinations in three decades. 25 million infants missed out on lifesaving vaccines in 2021.

Request your invitation for Teach to Reach 7
https://www.learning.foundation/teachtoreach

At Teach to Reach, the Women Who Deliver Vaccines collective will lead the Opening Ceremony, sharing their perspective on how women are contributing to “build back better”.

Learn more about Women Who Deliver Vaccines
https://www.learning.foundation/iwd

Listening and learning from the experience of women and men who are challenging gender barriers to immunization
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C_DFjk9ggZ4

During the summer, the Movement for Immunization Agenda 2030 (IA2030) grew to over 10,000 members. At Teach to Reach, Movement implementers from national teams, districts, and health facilities will report on their progress in tackling their most difficult challenges using their local resources and capacities.

Listen to local practitioners share how they are taking action to recover immunization services and build back better
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvgZX-ZKoe0

Poor connectivity? Listen to our podcast
https://www.learning.foundation/podcast?cid=5af5dfb2-6980-4bbe-84ff-d744f9e56f5e&eoid=2148093398

Working together, IA2030 Movement practitioners from 99 countries produced in just four months over half a million data points. Grounded in their local experience and expertise, this massive volume of information has been synthesized into practical knowledge and insights about “what works” to build back better. These constitute new community-based learning resources being used by local practitioners that could also inform country, regional, and global stakeholders.

See what we learned from Teach to Reach 6 in June 2022
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXr64AAmUt8

Both recovery and future preparedness depend on the resilience of local communities, health professionals working at the local levels. We call on global partners, especially the architects of future pandemic preparedness, to take the time to listen to and learn with health professionals from the frontlines.

Watch our interview with Kate O’Brien, WHO’s Director of Immunization: Should global partners pay more attention, listen more intently… and, if so, how?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCB20y49hBI

In partnership with UNICEF, Teach to Reach will explore how health professionals, already trusted advisers to communities, can grow stronger by supporting each other to improve inter-personal communication (IPC).

Watch a previous Teach to Reach peer learning session with UNICEF about strategies to strengthen confidence in COVID-19 vaccination
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HxYhizK3FM8

About the Geneva Learning Foundation’s Teach to Reach digital health platform

The Geneva Learning Foundation hosts the largest and fastest-growing community of national and sub-national immunization and other Primary Health Care (PHC) professionals, with over 46,000 active participants from more than 110 countries. Teach to Reach is the Foundation’s flagship programme to transform teaching and learning to achieve the goals of Immunization Agenda 2030.

Learn more about The Geneva Learning Foundation
https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.7054450

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Congratulations to the 6467 francophones and 7667 anglophones from 87 countries who made Teach to Reach: Connect 7 a huge success on Friday, October 14, 2022. Get access now to the Teach to Reach: Connect 7 recordingsRequest your invitation now for Teach to Reach: Connect 8 on March 3, 2023.

Opening Ceremony: How do we build back better
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xvmvFabrGWc


The Women Who Deliver Vaccines Collectives (WWDV) will open this Ceremony. Men will testify of the concrete actions they are taking in solidarity with women colleagues who work in immunization.
https://www.learning.foundation/iwd

During the summer, the Movement for Immunization Agenda 2030 (IA2030) grew to over 10,000 members. At Teach to Reach, Movement implementers from national teams, districts, and health facilities will report on their progress in tackling their most difficult challenges using their local resources and capacities.

Listen to local practitioners share how they are taking action to recover immunization services and build back better
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mvgZX-ZKoe0

Poor connectivity? Listen to our podcast
https://www.learning.foundation/podcast

Working together, IA2030 Movement practitioners from 99 countries produced in just four months over half a million data points. Grounded in their local experience and expertise, this massive volume of information has been synthesized into practical knowledge and insights about “what works” to build back better. These constitute new community-based learning resources being used by local practitioners that could also inform country, regional, and global stakeholders.

See what we learned from Teach to Reach 6 in June 2022
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NXr64AAmUt8

Both recovery and future preparedness depend on the resilience of local communities, health professionals working at the local levels. We call on global partners, especially the architects of future pandemic preparedness, to take the time to listen to and learn with health professionals from the frontlines.

Watch our interview with Kate O’Brien, WHO’s Director of Immunization: Should global partners pay more attention, listen more intently… and, if so, how?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nCB20y49hBI

MAIN PLENARY: We are stronger together, health professionals and communities

Before going on to meet other participants individually in the "networking" session, this Main Plenary will give you an understanding of the three themes of Teach to Reach: Connect 7:

Networking Session 1: Idea Engine. Share an idea or practice that can improve immunization outcomes.

Networking Session 2: Interpersonal Communication (IPC). Share your challenges and successes in communicating with caregivers and communities. Download the UNICEF manual on IPC…

Networking Session 3: Root cause analysis. In the face of declining immunization outcomes around the world, how do you find the root causes of the challenges you face?

You will listen to colleagues share their experience to build back better to prepare for the next pandemic, explain how they identified root causes that helped them focus their efforts to lead change, and explore how to improve communication with caregivers and communities.

You will meet the “Guides on the Side” for this Teach to Reach: Connect 7, in partnership with UNICEF: Charles Kakaire, Gloria Lihemo (francophone) and Deepa Risal Pokharel. As we listen and learn together, the Guides will share feedback and insights, as well as practical tips, tools, and other resources developed by global immunization partners.

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