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Country Eligibility for GAVI Phase 2. Partnering with. Bo Stenson, Abuja Board meeting 4 Dec 2004. Board decided in July 2003 to postpone decision on revising eligibility list until phase 2. Important to establish eligibility early for GAVI phase 2

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Country Eligibility for GAVI Phase 2

Partnering with

Bo Stenson, Abuja Board meeting

4 Dec 2004


Board decided in July 2003 to postpone decision on revising eligibility list until phase 2

Important to establish eligibility early for GAVI phase 2

The WB 2003 list of GNI/capita is now final

Background


Revising the List of Eligible Countries

  • WB considers it impossible to rank Cuba, Iraq and Equatorial Guinea

  • Proposed: only to change the current list of eligibility based on evidence (= WB 2003 data)

  • Proposed: to revise the eligibility list again in 2006 based on 2005 GNI/capita data


Proposal (with slight change from the document)

  • To include Kiribati

    • Cuba remains on the list

  • To exclude Albania, Bosnia & Herzegovina, China and Turkmenistan

    • Iraq and Equatorial Guinea remain outside the list


Country Eligibilty List for GAVI Phase 2

The list of GAVI eligible countries changes from 75 to 72, based on 2003 WB data:


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