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Immunization Financing in MENA Middle-Income Countries

Most Middle East and North Africa (MENA) countries have high immunization coverage rates. But immunization coverage has dropped considerably in some (including Iraq, the Syrian Arab Republic and Yemen), due to the conflicts, instability and the prevailing geopolitical situation in the region. Approximately 1.3 million surviving infants in MENA missed their third dose of DTP … Continued

TVEE Publishes Open Source Health Economics Courses on OpenCourseWare

The Teaching Vaccine Economics Everywhere (TVEE) project is pleased to announce that three modules from its vaccine economics curriculum are now available to the public for free on the JHSPH OpenCourseWare (OCW). The modules published are Health Economics for Vaccines, Costing in Vaccine Planning and Programming, and Economic Evaluation and are available here. Anybody can … Continued

The Equity Impact Vaccines May Have On Averting Deaths And Medical Impoverishment In Developing Countries

A team of researchers modeled the equity impact of lives saved and medical impoverishment averted from immunization over the period 2016-30 in 41 low and middle income countries (DHS survey availability determined which countries were selected for inclusion). Of our 15 LNCT member countries, data from Armenia, Ghana, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Timor-Leste were included in … Continued

The Equity Impact Vaccines May Have On Averting Deaths And Medical Impoverishment In Developing Countries

Armenia, Ghana, Indonesia, Nigeria, Timor-Leste

A team of researchers modeled the equity impact of lives saved and medical impoverishment averted from immunization over the period 2016-30 in 41 low and middle income countries (DHS survey availability determined which countries were selected for inclusion). Of our 15 LNCT member countries, data from Armenia, Ghana, Indonesia, Nigeria, and Timor-Leste were included in … Continued

Beyond gross national income: innovative methods for global aid allocation

For many developing countries health assistance allocation is a paramount concern. Underlying issues are very important, including how agencies define need, determine eligibility, and decide what support to provide to whom. The governance of these processes is also crucial. The consequences of aid allocation decisions are enormous, and are felt most directly by billions of … Continued

Telling the Story – Why Investing in Immunization is a Priority For Our Country – Part 1 (English)

This slide set is intended to give LNCT members a set of ideas for arguments for increasing (or at least maintaining) investment in immunization. Slides are intended to be picked out and adapted for different audiences (for example, MOF, Parliamentarians, others) and contexts. This presentation draws heavily on materials from the WHO Euro Immunization Advocacy … Continued

Telling the Story – Why Investing in Immunization is a Priority For Our Country – Part 1 (Russian)

This slide set is intended to give LNCT members a set of ideas for arguments for increasing (or at least maintaining) investment in immunization. Slides are intended to be picked out and adapted for different audiences (for example, MOF, Parliamentarians, others) and contexts. This presentation draws heavily on materials from the WHO Euro Immunization Advocacy … Continued

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Telling the Story – Why Investing in Immunization is a Priority For Our Country – Part 1 (Portuguese)

This slide set is intended to give LNCT members a set of ideas for arguments for increasing (or at least maintaining) investment in immunization. Slides are intended to be picked out and adapted for different audiences (for example, MOF, Parliamentarians, others) and contexts. This presentation draws heavily on materials from the WHO Euro Immunization Advocacy … Continued

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Telling the Story – Why Investing in Immunization is a Priority For Our Country – Part 1 (French)

This slide set is intended to give LNCT members a set of ideas for arguments for increasing (or at least maintaining) investment in immunization. Slides are intended to be picked out and adapted for different audiences (for example, MOF, Parliamentarians, others) and contexts. This presentation draws heavily on materials from the WHO Euro Immunization Advocacy … Continued

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