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Focus Area: Strengthening PFM and immunization budgeting for transition

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Financial Management Mechanisms to Support Increased Government Spending on Health

This paper introduces an analytic framework for assessing PFM mechanisms. Providing a consistent framework for assessing PFM mechanisms makes it easier to understand their scope, complexity, interrelationships, and linkages. The framework covers the current state of PFM and an “end state”—or ideal state at maturity—in LMICs, roles of key actors, necessary preconditions for reforms, options … Continued

Ask the Expert: Reporting on the MENA Region’s Immunization Financing Landscape

The LNCT Network Coordination team recently sat down with Miloud Kaddar, Senior Health Economist, Independent Consultant and LNCT Technical Facilitator, for an interview regarding his work on the recent UNICEF report, ‘Immunization Financing in MENA Middle-Income Countries’. Miloud, who does the UNICEF Regional Office in MENA serve and why did they contract you and Helen … Continued

WHO-UNICEF Guidelines for Developing a Comprehensive Multi-year Plan (cMYP)

WHO-UNICEF comprehensive multi-year plan (cMYP) for immunization guidelines offers planning and costing tools for managers to follow when developing a  cMYP or ensuring the quality of an existing one. This document is not intended to encompass all strategies for developing these plans but instead an up-to-date, comprehensive single method.

Country Planning Cycle Database – WHO’s Resource for National Health System Planning Activities

The Country Planning Cycle Database collects information to support coordination of national health system planning activities. The database includes information on technical support and donor engagement, in addition to summaries of national planning and health programmatic cycles.  

New Guide Helps Countries Assess Immunization Financing Options

Helen Saxenian, Cheryl Cashin, and Paul Wilson, Results for Development Maintaining high rates of immunization coverage, which is essential for a persistent reduction in the incidence of vaccine-preventable infectious diseases, requires a sufficient and sustained investment. In order to ensure that governments are making adequate investments in immunization financing and are doing so through sustainable … Continued

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