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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. Some resources are available to LNCT members only and will require logging in to view.

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LNCT Steering Committee Spotlight: Ganiyu Salau

Ganiyu Salau was introduced to LNCT at the first networkwide meeting in 2017. As member of Nigeria’s Country Core Group (CCG), Ganiyu has since participated in several in-person events and provided input to the network’s activities through CCG calls and meetings. As he participated in LNCT activities, Ganiyu grew to appreciate the value of gathering countries in different stages of transition together to discuss immunization related issues.

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Global Assessment of National Mandatory Vaccination Policies and Consequences of Non-compliance

Declining vaccination coverage and increasing hesitancy is a worldwide concern. Many countries have implemented mandatory vaccination policies to promote vaccination. However, mandatory vaccination policies differ significantly by country. Beyond case studies, no comprehensive study has compared these policies or the penalties for non-compliance on a global scale.

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From Overall Fiscal Space to Budgetary Space for Health: Connecting Public Financial Management to Resource Mobilization in the Era of COVID-19

This paper advances the concept of budgetary space for health, which explores resources available for health that are generated through higher public expenditure, better budget allocations, and through improved public financial management (PFM). The budget decomposition approach presented in the paper provides insight into the extent to which each factor drives expansion in budgetary space for health.

The approach is applied to 133 low- and middle-income countries (LMICs) between 2000–2017 and finds that around 70% of budgetary space for health is driven by changes in overall public expenditure,

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Video Podcasts: Leveraging Public Financial Management for Better Health

In 2019, WHO organized a webinar series of public financial management (PFM) in health issues. The series included six sessions on key PFM topics – from budget formulation, to budget execution and monitoring  – and involved a range of well-established experts from WHO, World Bank, OECD, International Budget Partnership and Results for Development, as well as country experts from health and finance authorities.

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LNCT Webinar: Engaging the Private Sector to Support Immunization Delivery – Lessons from Nigeria

Nigeria’s experience with the private sector demonstrates the range of private sector actors that can be engaged and the many different ways in which the private sector can support the national immunization program to improve outcomes. On Thursday, October 22nd, LNCT held a webinar on Engaging the Private Sector to Support Immunization Delivery: Lessons from Nigeria. Speakers will present on the following topics:

  • Provision of immunization services in the private sector
  • Engagement of CSOs to support advocacy and demand generation
  • Partnership with commercial sector company to improve cold chain maintenance

Session Slides: English | Français | Português | русский

Session Recording:

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LNCT Workshop Resources: Engaging the Private Sector to Support Immunization

Dates

October 27, 28, 29 and November 3

Objectives
  • Define the private sector and how they can support immunization programming
  • Discuss common challenges and understand the risks associated with engaging the private sector
  • Discuss best practices for engaging the private sector
  • Understand how to make good use of private sector expertise
  • Discuss practical ways to start engaging the private sector
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