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All videos are based on approved WHO guidance and were created with the assistance of a
health advisory board composed of global experts and local practitioners in the field.
All the videos are available in English, French and Swahili, with Hausa and other languages to be added soon.
As part of a human-centered design approach, The BCL Institute conducted formative research to
identify the current challenges and content priorities of the target audience and key stakeholders.
In-depth interviews, focus groups, and working sessions were conducted with user groups in Tanzania. Based on these inputs and on existing immunization “best practices” as defined by the WHO, a list of prioritized video topics was generated and vetted with the target audience. Once approved, each video topic was researched using WHO guidance documents and interviews with subject matter experts.
Video transcripts were reviewed and updated by a panel of subject matter experts, as well as stakeholders at the Tanzania Ministry of Health. The editorial and review process was conducted independently, without any affiliations other than the ones described above.
The following individuals have reviewed all training transcripts and provided guidance on immunization training topics.
The Immunization Academy is a global learning initiative led by learning experts at The BCL Institute. The initiative is sponsored by a grant from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and was created using WHO-approved guidance, including Training for Mid-Level Managers (MLM) and Immunization in Practice (IIP).