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Section: Challenges & Opportunities for health commodities procurement primarily COVID-19 vaccines - GPS 2021 | Category: Categories , Procurement Management

Challenges & Opportunities for health commodities procurement primarily COVID-19 vaccines - GPS 2021

Date: 04 Feb 2021 | Duration: 2:10:27

In this session, the speakers focus on global challenges faced in COVID-19 vaccine procurement and supply management predominantly in the continent of Africa and Asia. The speakers also emphasise on the Global Challenges faced in ensuring the availability of COVID-19 vaccines in United State of America and Europe.


Speakers: Mr Jeff Taylor, Director, Procurement Division, ADB, Manila ; Mr. Vinod G Pillai, Vice President (Sourcing), HLL Life Care Limited, India ; Mr Steve Guppy, Director of Procurement, Crown Agents, UK ; Prof Prashant Yadav, Center for Global Development, Washington DC and Ms. Anna Pinto Hebert, Senior Operations Officer, Preventive Services (Integrity), World Bank, Washington DC


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