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Training Video: Applied Health Economics in Africa – Using Examples from Immunization

Using examples from immunizations, this Teaching Vaccine Economics Everywhere (TVEE) training video focuses on developing skills in economic evaluations, carrying out a cost effectiveness and budget impact analysis, and building local capacity in vaccine economics. The training was conducted at a 2019 AfHEA pre-congress session.

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