Procurement of Vaccine for Public-sector Programmes
| World Health Organization
Published by the World Health Organization’s Department of Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals, this is a detailed, step-by-step model for vaccine procurement, with critical background information and reference material for procurement personnel.
Meeting Materials Day 1 Session 1: Using Market Intelligence to Inform Vaccine Procurement Decision-making Session 3: Achieving Program Sustainability Through Strategic Endeavors in Vaccine Procurement Day 2 Session 5: Market Intelligence in the Philippines Procurement of Vaccine and Supplies in Mongolia Regional vaccine market dynamics in South East Asia Session 6: New Developments and Challenges … Continued
Abstract Improving vaccine procurement performance has been a priority concern of national health authorities in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region for years particularly in terms of its role in accessing new vaccines and assuring a steady supply of quality vaccines at affordable prices. This article reviews the vaccine procurement mechanisms in the … Continued
| Cassandra Nemzoff , Kalipso Chalkidou, and Mead Over
As low- and middle-income countries reduce their reliance on donor aid, they are increasingly obliged to assume some degree of financial responsibility for donor projects. This challenge will be particularly complex in the procurement of health commodities. In recent decades, recipient countries have benefited from donor-aggregated demand and pooling mechanisms, negotiated prices, purchasing, and delivery … Continued