Immunization spending data can play a key role in informing policy and planning. Abt Associates (leading the Immunization Resource Tracking Project) and Results for Development (leading the Learning Network for Countries in Transition project) co-host a webinar during which their panel of experts discuss how countries can produce better immunization spending data and how this data can be analyzed and presented to inform policy and planning. The Immunization Resource Tracking Project is supported through a grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Fourteen member countries gathered in Tangerang, Indonesia for the LNCT meeting “Resource Mobilization: Moving Beyond Vaccines.” Countries spent three days in discussion on budget gaps and strategies for resource mobilization
During LNCT network-wide meeting in Tangerang, Indonesia in July 2019, participants shared their experiences related to topics around their Gavi transition experiences.
Get an overview of transitioning countries’ progress with LNCT’s new transition dashboards. See progress and challenges across LNCT countries and detailed progress for each country, compared with the LNCT group of countries.
Immunization spending data play a key role in informing policy and planning. In this recently published webinar video, panel of experts discuss how countries can better produce, analyze, and present immunization spending data.
In this Learning Network for Countries in Transition (LNCT) blog, R4D’s Helen Saxenian, Leah Ewald, and Meghan O’Connell and Logan Brenzel from the Gates Foundation outline 4 things ministers of finance need to know about immunization in Gavi transitioning countries
The Immunization Resource Tracking Project at Abt Associates has developed resources to promote the production and use of immunization expenditure data - from policy briefs and a policy primer, to a podcast and webinar.
New podcast focused on ensuring adequate resources for immunization services, includes tips and tools for immunization program managers. Hear from global experts on why spending data is becoming more important for immunization programs