Vaccination in humanitarian emergencies – eTool and eLearning course

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eTool: An etool based on the framework for decision making has been developed. The intended audience for the eTool includes UNICEF and WHO staff, government and partner agencies who are expected to work together to reach a decision regarding the need and strategies of implementing one or more vaccines in a given humanitarian emergency. eLearning course: An elearning course has been developed in collaboration with UNICEF, it is intended to provide a methodology and tools to immunization programme managers for vaccination during humanitarian emergencies. It takes 2 - 2.5 hours to complete this course. A certificate is available following the successful completion of all five modules.