Apply for WHO’s pilot online learning course on using Global Routine Immunization Strategies and Practices (GRISP) to achieve better immunization outcomes
The World Health Organization (WHO) invites applications for a pilot online course open to all health practitioners involved with immunization planning at national and sub-national levels. We encourage National and sub-national EPI management staff, WHO/ UNICEF country and regional staff, in-country partner organization staff and consultants supporting national immunization planning processes to apply.

Deadline for application: 29 May 2016. Complete course announcement and details via this link: http://lsi.io/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/WHO-GRISP-pilot-course-announcement.pdf

Please note that the completeness of your application is one factor that will be considered when considering applicants for admission. Acknowledgement of receipt of your application will be sent within 24-48 hours following your submission. Please send any enquiries to grisp@lsi.io

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