We are pleased to announce that i2i is now working with the WHO Regulatory Systems Strengthening (RSS) team and other partners to map country regulatory practices for vector control tools.

 

i2i has recently hired consultant Dr. Robinah Najjemba, who previously completed similar work for the UN Commission for Life-Saving Commodities.

 

Dr. Najjemba will be building up a picture of countries’ registration frameworks for vector control tools, first by collating relevant existing data, and then by surveying countries with a bespoke questionnaire for the outstanding information.

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