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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

Three LNCT Countries – Sudan, Nigeria, and Ghana – Recently Implemented Successful Immunization Campaigns

Three LNCT countries – Sudan, Nigeria, and Ghana – have successfully implemented vaccination campaigns in recent weeks. Sudan, with support from WHO and UNICEF, vaccinated 4.5 million children against polio. Nigeria is working with WHO, Gavi, and UNICEF in their biggest-ever yellow fever vaccination campaign, which aims to provide 26.2 million vaccinations for both children … Continued

WHO Resources for Health Budgeting & Public Financial Management

LNCT has prepared this compilation of WHO resources related to health budgeting and public financial management. These resources include reports, road maps, case studies, and e-learning materials, and are useful for Gavi transitioning countries. Health Budgeting • Repository of Health Budgets: The repository of health budgets consolidates open source information on finance laws and related … Continued

Vaccine Hesitancy Resources for Gavi Transitioning Countries

LNCT and the Vaccine Confidence Project have prepared this compilation of vaccine hesitancy and refusal resources. The resources below include global and country-specific analyses, factors, and strategies to address it. Global Evidence and Strategy To talk better about vaccines, we should talk less about vaccines This op-ed recommends that new models for vaccine communication that … Continued

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