CSIS Paper Examines Options For U.S. Engagement In Central America As LMICs Transition From Gavi Support

Center for Strategic & International Studies: Transitioning from Gavi Support in Lower-Middle-Income Countries
Katherine Bliss, senior associate at the CSIS Global Health Policy Center and Americas Program, and Katherine Peck, program manager and research associate at the CSIS Global Health Policy Center, examine ways in which the U.S. can engage in Central America to ensure the smooth transition of lower-middle-income countries (LMICs) from Gavi support, noting, “Examining the factors shaping the way countries in Latin America and the Caribbean are experiencing the Gavi transition process provides a helpful lens through which to examine options for U.S. engagement to support the sustainability of immunization programs in LMICs” (4/25).

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