Announcing Call for Stories of Resourcefulness, Adaptability & Resilience
Deadline Extended Until October 15
The Boost Community is excited to launch the second call for Bright Spots - stories of grassroots-driven process improvement in routine immunization service delivery at the sub-national level. Following last year's inaugural call for stories focused on Partnership for Impact, this forthcoming call seeks stories of operational change that illustrate resourcefulness, adaptability and resilience. Given the current global pandemic and its impact on routine immunization, we are particularly excited to share stories of change that demonstrate new ways of doing things.
❗ Please Note: With the goal of showcasing operational change at the sub-national level, submissions by implementing partners must be submitted in collaboration with the relevant EPI team or local organization.
Selected stories will be showcased and shared within the Boost Community - a global network of more than 1,000 immunization professionals - as well as elevated to key immunization stakeholders.
Share your Bright Spot stories using this brief form before October 15, 2020 [deadline extended]. It will take as little as 10 minutes!
Do you know someone who has a great story to share? Feel free to forward this email or spread the word through our social media toolkit. See below for sample message:
✔️Apply today: Are you an #immunization professional working at the sub-national level who has a story of operational change that illustrates resourcefulness, adaptability & resilience? Share it with @SabinVaccine's Boost Community: https://boost-community.typeform.com/to/m3N2TmbW
Any questions or concerns? We are happy to help. Please send questions to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We look forward to reviewing your applications!
The Boost Community is a program of the Sabin Vaccine Institute. Bright Spots is supported by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.