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

This recent publication describes the experiences of three countries supported by Gavi through its partnership with the Sabin Vaccine Institute— Armenia, Georgia, and Moldova—in strengthening their legal frameworks for vaccination as they transition from Gavi support.

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