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Vaccination and Trust Library – Resources to Make the Case for Immunization Programs

WHO’s Vaccination and Trust Library contains advice, articles, and facts on building trust in vaccines and immunization programs with different parties. The documents and factsheets provide practical guidance on topics ranging from crisis communications, working with journalists, stakeholder management, how to respond to concerns and myths about vaccinations, and much more.

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The Equity Impact Vaccines May Have On Averting Deaths And Medical Impoverishment In Developing Countries

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WHO Immunization Advocacy Resource Library

World Health Organization’s (WHO) Immunization advocacy library contains useful resources, information, and factsheets related to messaging on immunization and data on vaccination that can help immunization program managers and other stakeholders advocate for prioritization of immunization in political agendas and public health budgets.

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