Learning from the Movement for Immunization Agenda 2030 (IA2030)
As a global community, we recognize the significance of local action to achieve the global goals.
Contributing to consultative engagement between international and local levels, experiential learning offer a unique opportunity to discover unfiltered experiences and insights from thousands of people whose daily lives revolve around delivering immunization services.
IA2030 Movement living documents form a series, aiming to capture perspectives from a diverse group of health practitioners working to deliver or manage immunization services in low- and middle-income countries.
Learning from sharing experience
This page provides a gateway to knowledge produced by health professionals contributing to the the Movement for Immunization Agenda 2030 (IA2030) through the Geneva Learning Foundation’s IA2030 peer learning programme.
This new knowledge, analyzed and synthesized by the Foundation’s Insights Unit in collaboration with practitioners, aims to shed a light on the experiences of immunization and primary healthcare staff working at different levels of national immunization programmes in low- and middle-income countries.LEARN MORE
Continuous learning to support those leading change
Knowledge created by IA2030 practitioners is packaged into living documents. For each living document:
- Practitioners can share their own experiences, feedback, and comments at any time in response to what they read.
- New insights from practitioners will be shared with both global and local practitioners through The Double Loop, the Foundation’s newsletter.
- New versions of a living document may be updated based on implementation experience, new priorities and challenges, and likely needs during the next decade.
“The global role on immunization is actually to bring together everything that is known by people at the grassroots level. That’s where the action is. Global guidance is basically one means to share knowledge and expertise that’s coming from the grassroots level around the world with others who may not have had that experience yet.”
Kate O’Brien, Director of the World Health Organization (WHO) Department of Immunization, Vaccines, and Biologicals (IVB)
About The Geneva Learning Foundation
The Geneva Learning Foundation (TGLF) hosts the largest and fastest-growing community of national and sub-national immunization professionals, with over 45 active participants from over 120 countries, as of August 2022. Over half work for their ministry of health and most work in districts and health facilities.
About the Insights Unit
The Insights Unit is the Foundation’s research and analysis group. We consolidate and communicate the contributions of learners in the Foundation’s programmes to share back to participants, governments, civil society and development partners.LEARN MORE