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LNCT Transition Dashboards

LNCT’s interactive transition dashboards provide a really helpful overview of transitioning countries’ progress and challenges and also highlight some areas where additional support to countries may be needed. There are a total of three transition dashboards that can be explored:

  1. Country dashboards – Detailed breakdown of key transition indicators across the dimensions of coverage, equity, systems, economic performance, and health and immunization financing.
  2. Health & Immunization Financing dashboard – How LNCT countries compare to each other in terms of economic performance and health financing.
  3. Immunization Performance, Service Delivery, and Supply Data dashboard – How LNCT countries compare to each other in terms of immunization performance, service delivery and supply.

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