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[img width=153][/img] TECHNET 2010 CONSULTATION: DRAFT Agenda 30 November - 2 December 2010 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia [img width=500][/img] Objectives of the ConsultationProvide current information on recent technological innovations, strategies or practices that impact logistic systems management in national immunization programmesShare developing country experiences on field operations in the areas of vaccine storage and transport, vaccine management, cold chain and equipment performance, waste management, introduction of new vaccines or immunization technologies and overall systems monitoring. Stimulate dialogue and debate on the development and implementation of best practices. Day 1: Tuesday, 30 November 2010 PLENARY SESSION 1: INTRODUCTION AND CONTEXT Chair: Shafiqul Hoosain 08:30 Welcome & Introduction Rudi Eggers, WHO 08:50 Keynote address: The future of vaccine management and logistics: Are we prepared? Michel Zaffran, WHO 09:20 Updates from 2008 TechNet, expectations from 2010 TechNet; Policy updates from IPAC and SAGE Rudi Eggers, WHO 09:50 Regional update from the host region MD Shafiqul Hossain, WHO/WPRO 10:10 Discussion 10:40 Tea/Coffee Break PLENARY SESSION 2: EQUIPE / VACCINES CHARACTERISTICS AND DELIVERY SYSTEMS Chair: Michel Zaffran, WHO 11:10 What will future vaccines look like? Jules Millogo, IFPMA 11:30 Thermostability of vaccines and the "Controlled Temperature Chain" (CTC) Debbie Kristensen, PATH 11:50 How do we get the vaccine characteristics that we need? Rudi Eggers, WHO 12:20 Discussion 12:40 13.15 Marketplace teasers (3 mins. per manufacturer) Lunch Break Cold chain equipment manufacturers & tools 14.30 Making MDVP work (Visual cue and VVM update) Jhilmil Bahl, WHO 14:50 VPPAG update Oz Mansoor, UNICEF 15.10 Discussion 15:30 Uniject experience in PNG Bill Langani (tbc) PNG 15:50 Putting Pentavalent vaccines into Uniject Yves Leurquin, Crucell 16.00Discussion 16.15 Parallel session teasers (3 min. per session) 16:25 Tea/Coffee break 16:45 Parallel workshops: 1. Waste management (facilitator: Yves Chartier, WHO) 2. Temperature monitoring systems, including country experiences (Philippines), and use of SMS monitoring etc. (facilitator: Andrew Garnett, Consultant and Jan Grevendonk, PATH) 3. PQS and assuring the quality of locally purchased cold chain equipment (facilitator: Denis Maire, WHO) 18:30 End of day one 19.30 Social evening ________________________________________________________________________________ Day 2: Wednesday, 1 December 2010 PLENARY SESSION 3: EQUIPE / COLD CHAIN EQUIPMENT Chair: Michel Zaffran, WHO 08:30 Zero net-energy health centres Steve McCarney, PATH 08:50 Cold Chain Equipment Manager Tool (CCEM) Richard Anderson, PATH 09:10 Discussion 09:30 Marketplace of equipment manufacturers/partners Air Container, Berlinger, CCEM, Intellectual Ventures, LogTag, SAVSU, SEEDR3LC, TechNet21, True Energy, Vestafrost 10.15 Tea/Coffee break (marketplace continues) PLENARY SESSION 4: MANAGE / VACCINES & STOCKS Chair: Diana Chang-Blanc, UNICEF 10:45 Experiences with VSSM in Paraguay Nora Rodriguez, PAHO 11:05 Experiences with VSSM and DVDMT in Nigeria MoH, Nigeria 11:25 Discussion 11:55 Data visualization project to avoid stock-outs Annika Salovaara, UNICEF SD / Solo Kone, WHO 12:15 Immunization registries: Correlating administrative coverage and vaccine supply information at district level Jan Grevendonk, PATH 12:35 Discussion 13:00 Lunch break PLENARY SESSION 5: MANAGE / SUPPLY CHAINS Chair: Diana Chang-Blanc, UNICEF 14:00 Experiences with outsourcing / private sector involvement Wannapa Sagunpram & Tanapat Laowahutanon, Government of Thailand 14:30 EVM tool and field evaluations Hailu Kenea, WHO 15:00 15.20 Discussion Parallel session teasers (3 min. per session) 15.30 Coffee/tea break 16:00 Parallel workshops 1. Lessons from H1N1 deployment (facilitators: Claudia Vivas, WHO & Shafi Hossain, WHO) 2. Research: a. Developing a better cold box: research methodology: experiences from CDC and Intellectual Ventures, (facilitators: Steve McCarney and Joanie Robertson, PATH) 3. Technet e-forum- feedback on beta version of the new website (facilitator: Jhilmil Bahl, WHO, James Cheyne, Consultant & Ashley Kartchner, AVASA) 18:00 End of day two ________________________________________________________________________________ Day 3: Thursday, 2 December 2010 PLENARY SESSION 6: SUSTAIN Chair: Raj Kumar, GAVI 08:30 Preparing national cold chains for the future Solo Kone, WHO 08:50 Preparing national cold chains for new vaccines in Vietnam Nguyen Tuyet Nga, PATH Vietnam 09.10 Discussion 09:40 Tea/Coffee break 10:10 Human resource management Modibo Dicko, WHO 10:40 Logistics training proposal Phillipe Jaillard, AMP, André Savadogo, Bioforce 11:00 Discussion 11:20 Integration of logistics with malaria, TB, ARV and other supply chains Modibo Dicko, WHO & Essential Medicines Programme, WHO name 11:40 Discussion 12:00 Lunch break PLENARY SESSION 8: SUSTAIN/PARTNER COORDINATION Chair: Raj Kumar, GAVI 13:00 New TechNet 21 e-forum and website James Cheyne, Consultant/ Ashley Kartchner, AVASA 13:30 CCL Task Force Oz Mansoor, UNICEF 13:50 GAVI Accelerated Vaccine Introduction - cold chain and logistics sub-group Solo Kone, WHO 14:10 Discussion PLENARY SESSION 8: WHAT'S NEXT Chair: Rudi Eggers, WHO 14:40 Constituents meetings: Equipment manufacturers; regional and country logisticians; HQ and global partners 16:10 Tea/Coffee break 16:30 Constituents report back: having been to this meeting, in the coming two years: - what will we do? - what do we need from others? 17:30 Closing 18.00 End of day 3 and meeting TechNet21 is generously supported by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, under the oversight of WHO and UNICEF. 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