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DCVMN at the “Advancing Biomanufacturing Workforce Training for Global Health Equity” Advocacy Event

This past week has been monumental for global health with the 77th World Health Assembly and its numerous side events. DCVMN was actively engaged, notably participating in the “Advancing Biomanufacturing Workforce Training for Global Health Equity” advocacy event on May 29.

DCVMN-CEO, Rajinder Suri had the honour of participating as a panelist during Panel 2, contributing to enriching discussions on the importance of partnerships and a harmonized approach to biomanufacturing workforce training in low- and middle-income countries. These discussions underscored the essential role of collaboration, robust training initiatives, and strategic partnerships in advancing biomanufacturing capabilities globally.

The event successfully brought together key players in talent development from around the world, fostering meaningful exchanges and identifying opportunities for increased coordination and alignment.

A heartfelt thank you to the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) of Germany for hosting this event, along with the Local Production and Assistance Unit (LPA/IET/MHP) at World Health Organization and the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention (Africa CDC) for their support.

Together, we are making strides toward a healthier, more equitable world.