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Resources

Our resource library is a searchable collection of tools and documents relevant 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. Some resources are available to LNCT members only and will require logging in to view.

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LNCT members can share updates, exchange information, and solicit advice from other country teams or technical facilitators on Gavi transition processes or other immunization topics.

Events

Fifth AfHEA Scientific Conference: Securing PHC for All: The Foundation for Making Progress on UHC in Africa

03/11/2019 - 03/14/2019

Accra, Ghana

Latest News

Blog: 4 Things Ministers of Finance Need to Know about Immunization in Gavi Transitioning Countries

Authors: Helen Saxenian, Logan Brenzel, Leah Ewald, and Meghan O’Connell The Ministry of Finance is a crucial ally for Ministries of Health and country immunization programs aiming to successfully manage Gavi transition. Ministries of Health, Ministries of Finance, Ministries of Budget, and development partners often have separate planning processes, which can make it difficult to … Continued

CHAI Shares High Level Review of Findings from New Procurement Assessment Framework

CHAI recently developed a review framework to help EPI programs better understand the disruptions and challenges pertaining to procurement that might result from Gavi transition and identify a way forward without compromising vaccine coverage. In close collaboration with EPI teams and partners, CHAI assessed current procurement processes and identified challenges along the following 4 dimensions … Continued

Searching for a Vaccine Against Mistrust

Outbreaks of once-controlled diseases such as measles are rising around the world. This article takes a look at the misinformation behind the growing anti-vaccination movement and how anti-vaccination activists have used the internet and social media to successfully raise doubts about vaccination safety.

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