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PATH, IVAC, and Gavi Resources to Assist in Advocacy for Immunization

This website has been designed to provide self-guided tools, resources, and information about advocacy and communications for immunization and vaccines. It can be used by those new to advocacy, as well as more experienced advocates.

Each self-guided module includes a toolbox with downloadable worksheets, documents and resources related to advocacy and communications, as well as immunization and vaccines. Worksheets are available in PDF and Excel formats to fill in or modify as you wish. Each module is downloadable as a PDF, or you can download the entire website in PDF format.

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