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WHO – Budget Structure: Key Implications for Immunization Financing & Synthesis of Key Messages for Gavi

This note summarizes key findings from various country case studies, as well as implications and messages emerging from the health budget structure work developed by WHO Department of Health Systems Governance and Financing.

Additional resources related to health budgeting have been compiled here.

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