Financial Sustainability of GAVI funding for immunisation programmes. Marianela Castillo-Riquelme [email protected] Health Economics Unit- University of Cape Town HEPNet workshop on Donor Funding Livingstone, Zambia 26-28th May 2008. Outline of the presentation .
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Financial Sustainability of GAVI funding for immunisation programmes
Health Economics Unit- University of Cape Town
HEPNet workshop on Donor Funding
Livingstone, Zambia 26-28th May 2008.
e.g. Pentavalent account for 92% of the overall cost on vaccines in Malawi (GAVI, 2005) – no secure funding after 2007
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GAVI, Lessons learned from GAVI Phase 1 and design of Phase 2; Findings of the Country Consultation Process. Available at www.gavialliance.org
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