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How to Cost Immunization Programs: A Practical Guide on Primary Data Collection and Analysis

This Immunization Economics resources provides practical methodological guidance for country immunization program staff and their consultants and technical teams planning to carry out exercises that involve primary data collection focused on assessing the costs of routine immunization services, including the delivery costs of those services, through retrospective costing.

 

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