Participation of the KENITAG vice-Chair to the training on Advanced Vaccinology of the Charité Universitätsmedizin of Berlin

11 January 2015

SIVAC financially supported the participation of the Vice President of KENITAG (Kenyan NITAG) to the training course (11th to the 24th of January 2015). The Vice-Chair of KENITAG issued a positive opinion of the training and found that it was a perfect opportunity to learn about the different global strategic and logistical aspects of Immunization, which sometimes lack consideration in his work environment.

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