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”.
An analysis of Mozambique’s 2015 immunization spending reveals that despite adequate resources and increases in immunization coverage, challenges to the immunization program persist. Read more here
For Gavi transitioning countries, the LNCT platform offers the opportunity to share transition planning and implementation experience, work together to solve common problems, and add to a global knowledge base of tools and approaches that contribute to successful transition. Learn more about the LNCT platform here
Over the 5-year period ending in 2018, 16 countries with a combined birth cohort of over 6 million infants requiring life-saving immunizations are scheduled to transition (graduate) from outside financial and technical support for a number of their essential vaccines. Read more about early experiences from GAVI graduating countries here
Focused on capacity building in applied vaccine economics, cost-effectiveness and finance, TVEE targets audience who are current decision-makers in EPI programs, NiTAGs and partners in GAVI eligible countries. Watch video here
Gavi committed to monitoring externalities of it activities in countries, and on manufacturers and partners. To do so, we are asking the public to help identify externalities of market shaping and how to monitor them. See more here