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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 – governance and regulations, planning, execution, and evaluation. We are pleased to share a high-level review of these findings. Looking ahead, CHAI is in the process of finalizing these assessments and they have begun co-developing with government multi-year mitigation plans. CHAI also intends to bring in-country lessons and test cases to the global level to inform policy and future investments. Please do not hesitate to reach out to CHAI for any questions or clarifications. 

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