On May 12, 2022, an event was held during which the "roadmap" was discussed, providing for the adoption, approval and approval of the National Strategy for the Protection of Adolescent Health and Well-being for 2022-2026.
On the eve of the Minister of Health of Uzbekistan B. Musayev and the head of the UNICEF representative office in our country M. Mammadzade signed a "roadmap" for 2022-2025. This document includes additional measures for the development of the healthcare sector of our country for a total amount of 102.5 million US dollars. It consists of four directions.
To support child survival efforts through robust immunization systems in Uzbekistan, today UNICEF is handing over a modern warehouse to the Sanitary and Epidemiological Welfare and Public Health Service of the Bukhara region. It is equipped with new refrigerators, freezers for vaccines, temperature monitoring devices, cold boxes, and vaccine carriers.
UNICEF is leading efforts to procure and supply COVID-19 vaccines in what could possibly be the world’s largest and fastest ever procurement and supply of vaccines, as part of the global vaccine plan of the COVID-19 Vaccine Global Access Facility (COVAX Facility) led by Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance.