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Case Studies: Immunization and the Role of the Private Sector

Abt Associates conducted analyses of the role of the private sector in three different settings – Benin, Georgia, and Malawi. Each analysis resulted in a report containing information on the country’s private sector health services, policy implications, and recommendations for the provision of vaccinations in the private sector.

Benin | Georgia | Malawi

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