Network for Education and Support in Immunisation
Saving lives through immunisation
The mission of NESI is to improve the quality and sustainability of immunisation programmes and services, in particular in low- and middle-income countries, through education and training, technical support, operational research and networking and advocacy.
NESI aims to build the capacity of managers and staff working in the Expanded Programme on Immunisation (EPI) in their respective countries, as well as to improve pre-service and post-graduate training at the different faculties of health training institutions involved in immunisation, including medicine, nursing, pharmacy, and public health. NESI also aims to strengthen the capacity of the National Immunisation Technical Advisory Groups (NITAGs) in evidence-based recommendation-making.
What we Do
NESI engages in a number of activities to accomplish its mission. These activities are grouped into four main areas:
Education & Training
NESI invests in educational opportunities that give health professionals involved in immunisation up-to-date knowledge and skills.
NESI aims to support an educated and informed health workforce to provide the best immunisation services worldwide.
NESI supervises MSc, MPH and PhD students, evaluates pre-service EPI curriculum at health training institutions, writes scientific and review articles.
Networking & Advocacy
NESI engages in network activities that are nowadays essential to achieve the postulated goals.
On 10 July 2021, Universitas Padjadjaran, Bandung, Indonesia organised an online seminar in collaboration with NESI to present the findings of our joint COVID-19 vaccine acceptance...
Madan Khatiwada, Cissy Kartasasmita, Henny Suzana Mediani, Christine Delprat, Guido Van Hal, Carine Dochez. Knowledge, attitude and acceptability of Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine and...
Submissions for the Research Topic: "Advances in adolescent vaccination programs in Low- and Middle-Income Countries (LMICs): A focus on HPV vaccination capacity strengthening" are still...