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Our resource library is a searchable collection of tools and documents related to various technical areas around the Gavi transition. The library consists of research articles, policy briefs, reports, guidebooks, country data, and other resources pertinent to Gavi transition or immunization programs generally. You can filter the resources by topic, type, or country. 

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LNCT Webinar Resources: Producing Immunization Expenditure Data for Policy and Planning

The joint Abt Associates-LNCT webinar, ‘Producing Immunization Expenditure Data for Policy and Planning,’ took place on 12 December 2018 on the topic of producing and using immunization spending data for decision-making. Participants learned how countries transitioning from Gavi funding can produce better immunization spending data, and how this data can be analyzed and presented to inform policy … Continued

Expenditures on Vaccine-preventable Disease Surveillance: Analysis and Evaluation of Comprehensive Multi-year Plans (cMYPs) for Immunization

Despite the importance of vaccine-preventable disease (VPD) surveillance, little is known about the costs of monitoring disease. Researchers used Comprehensive Multi-Year Plans for Immunization (cMYPs) – developed by countries following guidelines from the World Health Organization and United Nations Children’s Fund – to estimate expenditures on VPD surveillance at the country level in 2015 US … Continued

Vaccinology in Latin America: A Resource for Immunization Managers

This book, developed out of Sabin’s annual Vaccinology Course for immunization managers, seeks to provide immunization professionals with the tools they need to ensure the technical and operational success of their programs. The chapter topics were selected based on feedback provided by course participants over the years and developed by course presenters, creating a book that is … Continued

LNCT Webinar Resources: Ask Gavi Session 1: Q&A on Post-Transition Country Support

The LNCT webinar, ‘Ask Gavi Session 1: Q&A on Post-Transition Country Support,’ took place on 29 November 2018. The discussion focused on Gavi post-transition country support requests. Panelists included Joanna Wisniewska, IF&S Senior Program Manager who reviewed the post-transition support process and provided an update on country support requests. Mr. Alexei Ceban, National Agency for … Continued

Strengthening Legal Frameworks for Vaccination: The Experiences of Armenia, Georgia, and Moldova

Background Vaccination legislation may promote country ownership and immunization program sustainability. However, despite establishment of vaccination laws as an indicator of national commitment to immunization through the Global Vaccine Action Plan, little is known about the content of vaccination legislation in low- and middle-income countries and the processes by which countries strengthen their legal frameworks. … Continued

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

Lessons from Implementing Public Financial Management Activities in the Health Sector

Over the past five years, the Health Finance and Governance (HFG) project has supported over 35 countries and programs in their efforts to strengthen public financial management (PFM) systems. Activities have been tailored to address key priorities within a health system context, and have ranged from improving financial data systems to conducting costing exercises, financial … Continued

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

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