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Introduction to Strategies for Alliance Building

In this lecture, Daniela C. Rodríguez introduces thematic areas of consideration in thinking about strategies for alliance building. (Step 2.12)
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DANIELA RODRIGUEZ. Welcome. We’re now going to talk about strategies for alliance building. This section addresses the context in which the polio program is situated and how the context has influenced polio eradication efforts. First, we’re going to discuss the tension between vertical and integrated approaches.

Daniela C. Rodríguez, DrPH, MPH Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, USA

Dr. Rodríguez introduces thematic areas of consideration in thinking about strategies for alliance building.

Before we dive into these themes, from your experience think about what are some considerations to be made when translating a global policy into action at the national and sub-national level?

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