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Our resource library is a searchable collection of tools and documents related to various technical areas around the Gavi transition. The library consists of research articles, policy briefs, reports, guidebooks, country data, and other resources pertinent to Gavi transition or immunization programs generally. You can filter the resources by topic, type, or country. 

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Immunization Financing Indicators from WHO-UNICEF Joint Reporting Form

The WHO and UNICEF Joint Reporting Form (JRF) mechanism have collected data on immunization financing indicators for nearly twenty years to capture global trends and performance in WHO member nations.

The Immunization Financing Indicators page comprises of an interactive map and data on immunization expenditure, comprehensive Multi-Year Plans and other relevant indicators.

Addis Declaration on Universal Access to Immunization as a Cornerstone for Health and Development in Africa

We, African Ministers of Health, Finance, Education, Social Affairs, Local Governments attending the Ministerial Conference on Immunization in Africa, which took place from 24 to 25 February 2016 in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and convened by the World Health Organization in collaboration with the African Union Commission, are committed to continued investment in immunization programs and … Continued

Gavi’s Transition Policy: Moving From Development Assistance To Domestic Financing Of Immunization Programs

This article discusses some of the challenges facing countries currently transitioning out of Gavi support, how Gavi’s policies have evolved to help manage the risks involved in this process, and the lessons learned from this experience.

Country Ownership And Gavi Transition: Comprehensive Approaches To Supporting New Vaccine Introduction

Since the mid-2000s low- and lower-middle-income countries have been focusing on developing and using evidence for immunization policy making, with an increasing emphasis on cost-effectiveness analysis, program costing, and financial flows—particularly for the introduction of newer, more expensive vaccines. While this is critical to informing decisions, countries still need to increase national immunization investment and … Continued

EPIC Studies: Governments Finance, On Average, More Than 50 Percent Of Immunization Expenses, 2010–11 

Governments in resource-poor settings have traditionally relied on external donor support for immunization. Under the Global Vaccine Action Plan, adopted in 2014, countries have committed to mobilizing additional domestic resources for immunization. Data gaps make it difficult to map how well countries have done in spending government resources on immunization to demonstrate greater ownership of … Continued

Return on Investment from Childhood Immunization in Low- and Middle-income Countries, 2011-20

An analysis of return on investment can help policy makers support, optimize, and advocate for the expansion of immunization programs in the world’s poorest countries. We assessed the return on investment associated with achieving projected coverage levels for vaccinations to prevent diseases related to ten antigens in ninety-four low- and middle-income countries during 2011–20, the … Continued

Costs and Financing of Routine Immunization: Approach and Selected Findings of a Multi-country Study (EPIC)

This study provides a wealth of high quality information on total and unit costs and financing for routine immunization, and demonstrates the value of in-depth facility approaches. The paper discusses the lessons learned from using a standardized approach, as well as proposes further areas of methodology development. The paper discusses how results can be used for resource mobilization and allocation, improved efficiency of services at the country level, and to inform policies at the global level.

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