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Meningitis Vaccine Procurement. Meningitis belt countries in Africa. Meningitis AC - Procurement overview. Historically limited funding and supply. Only 1 manufacturer for many years. UNICEF has only procured a part of the outbreak supply. Unpredictable demand as outbreak driven

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Meningitis Vaccine Procurement


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Meningitis belt countries in Africa


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Meningitis AC - Procurement overview

  • Historically limited funding and supply. Only 1 manufacturer for many years.

  • UNICEF has only procured a part of the outbreak supply.

  • Unpredictable demand as outbreak driven

  • In recent years Demand > Supply. Supply has been reserved for outbreak response

  • Additionally 340,000 doses of ACW vaccine has been delivered in 2008


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Meningitis Investment Case

3 programmatic strategies:

  • Epidemic response (AC, ACW, A conj)

    • PS (2009-13) AC 30 mil ds, ACW 6 mil ds

    • Men A conjugate (2011-13),9 mil ds

  • Preventive catch up campaign (Men A)

    • 278 mil ds (2009-2015)

  • Routine EPI & follow up campaigns (Men A)

    • Routine 77.2 mil ds (2013-15)

    • Follow up 15.7 mil ds (2013-15)

  • ICG is the programmatic body responsible for outbreak assessment and response approval, and UNICEF the procurement agency.

  • To GAVI board in June 2008: Total value of $370 mil through 2009-15.

  • Approved in June 08: Epidemic response 2009-2013 ($55.2M)

  • Approved additionally in October 08 Board: Initial preventive campaign activities ~$32mil


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    Epidemic response stockpile (2009-13)

    Projected demand for meningitis vaccine for epidemic response in the investment case.

    Quantities in Million doses


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    UNICEF proceeded with procurement process

    • First focus on poly-saccharide vaccines only (no WHO pre-qualified A-containing conjugate vaccine)

    • Issued RFP covering first 3 years, with quantities confirmed by ICG

    • Demanding product from supply management as fast shipment response is needed to meet outbreaks and no alternative routine or travel demand.


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    Overview of quantities tendered for

    Tender recommendation currently being presented for final review; results expected communicated shortly to ensure epidemic response capacity


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    Future Meningitis A conjugate vaccine procurement

    • At the GAVI Board in October only a small portion of the non Epidemic activities were approved for funding - due to the effects of the financial market.

    • ~$32 mill For activities associated with preventive campaigns was approved to support the first campaigns.

    • Currently no WHO pre-qualified conjugate A-containing vaccine

    • In the April 2008 market survey during the manufacturers meeting, we were advised of several interested manufacturers interest and/or plans for conjugate A containing Meningitis vaccine.

    • We have provided preliminary feedback to partners, and will make sure this informs our tender process when we commence the procurement process for initial and potential extended quantities.


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    Thank you


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    Mechanism for evaluating and approving country proposals: Epidemic Response


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