Gavi Board Looks To Wean Countries From International Support, Increase Domestic Resource Allocation

Center for Strategic & International Studies: Catalyzing Sustainable Global Immunization Programs
In a CSIS paper, Katherine Bliss, senior associate with the CSIS Global Health Policy Center, discusses actions that the Board of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance took “to bolster the sustainability of the immunization programs it supports in the world’s 49 lowest-income countries. One important Board action was to refine the process by which countries that have been receiving Gavi assistance are weaned from international support and increase their allocation of domestic resources to fund immunization programs” (8/31).

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