The Decade of Vaccine Economics (DOVE) project at IVAC-JHSPH published a new methodology report, developed collaboratively with DOVE-ROI Core Advisory Group members from 9 institutions to support Gavi’s mid-term review and investment case.
Don't forget, the Gates Foundation is looking for your immunization "bright spots" — success stories about immunization programs that have improved performance in LMICs and LICs. Share your "bright spots" by June 24th. It will take as little as 10 minutes.
Registration count is now at 150. Join other experts from 40 countries and 75 organizations. Participants are to arrange and pay their own travel and hotel reservations.
Check out the fresh list of iHEA presentations and sessions related to the economics of immunization. We will update this list as new information come from you.
ThinkWell explored sustainable immunization financing in 9 Asia Pacific and Latin America countries, revealing four distinct themes: fiscal space, prioritization, strategic purchasing and decentralization, and recently published a resource guide on public-private partnerships.
Learn more about the theory and practice of benefit-cost analysis by reading the new Reference Case Guidelines for Benefit-Cost Analysis in Global Health and Development.
Newly published paper in Vaccine explores the role of private sector providers in providing and financing immunization in Benin, Malawi, and Georgia.
We’ll be in Basel in a couple months! Register by June 15th to secure your spot. Participants are to arrange and pay their own travel and hotel reservations.
You are invited to provide feedback to the WHO’s “Draft Zero” of the Immunization Agenda 2030, aimed at setting a new vision and strategy for vaccines and immunization for the next decade. Please submit by 14 June 2019
World Immunization Week campaign aims to champion the power of vaccines to protect our health and prevent outbreaks. Various links to materials and events rolled out during the #VaccinesWork campaign
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During 2019 World Immunization Week, UNICEF in collaboration with governments and WHO, Gavi, CDC and EMPHNET organized a regional consultative review on private sector engagement in immunization.
Registration as an attendee will open soon, free of charge. Add your name to the invitation list. Participants are to arrange and pay their own travel and hotel reservations.
Planning units at Ministries of Health and social sector units at Ministries of Finance will benefit from this webinar series by the World Health Organization (WHO). Register now to secure your spot
The purpose of this article is to describe the private sector contributions to equitable access to immunization services and coverage, as well as key challenges, lessons learned and future considerations.
Our Basel meeting on July 13-14 will also mark the first full-conference rollout of the #betterposter design. This revolutionary design took the internet by storm - viewed over 100,000 times on Youtube, and received over 2700 retweets and 6700 likes in a matter of days.
A recently published article in the Lancet explores the vaccine-preventable disease geospatial mapping in Africa. The interactive data visualization tool allows comparison of coverage and change from 2000 to 2016 for penta 1, 3, and 1-3 dropout at various admin levels.
The Immunization Economics meeting in Basel was featured in the WHO’s Global Immunization Newsletter, together with other notable developments in the field
Explore the updated Immunization Delivery Cost Catalogue (IDCC) and analyses; the most comprehensive, standardized global evidence on the cost of vaccine delivery
An analysis of immunization financing and performance in the Middle East and North Africa region just prior to the Arab Spring until 2017. It focuses on what we can learn about the financing challenges faced by countries.
Join us for our iHEA pre-Congress workshop: The Benefit-Cost Analysis Reference Case: What It Is and How to Use It. This workshop provides an opportunity to learn more about new methodological guidance, including examples.
The Society for Benefit-Cost Analysis will be holding its first European conference at the Toulouse School of Economics on November 26-27, 2019. The organizers welcome submissions on immunization economics and other work.
Researchers recommend establishing a new multidisciplinary Global Technical Council on Infectious Disease Threats to better coordinate international management of volatile infectious disease risks and their consequences.
Join the Immunization Economics pre-congress session at the iHEA congress: July 13-14, Basel, Switzerland. Some funding available ($2500 each) to support travel. Abstract submission/application opens until March 29
The WHO Department of Health Systems Governance and Financing hosted a one-day Symposium on Health Financing for UHC, on Tuesday 9 October 2018, as part of the Global Symposium on Health Systems Research in Liverpool.
As the world moves into the Sustainable Development Goals, the Alliance’s 2021-25 strategy (“Gavi 5.0”) is an opportunity to contribute to the SDG vision of “healthy lives” and “leaving no one behind”.
Read the Journal for Benefit-Cost Analysis open-access special issue “Benefit Cost Analysis in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: Methods and Case Studies” and draft BCA reference case guidance. Draft comments are due by March 29, 2019
Training funding is available to support training opportunities and exchanges, prioritising those involving LMIC members and academic/industrial partners, for the transfer of knowledge and skills in bacterial vaccinology.
This introductory course covers the key element and methods of Health Technology Assessment (HTA) and combines lectures, discussions, case studies, group exercises, and hands on computer lab sessions. Vellore, India, Apr 15-17
Draft guidelines for conducting benefit-cost analysis in low- and middle-income countries are now available for review. Comments are due March 29, 2019.
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