Save The Children Expert Highlights 3 Key Priority Areas To Ensure Sustainability Of Gavi’s Immunization Programs

Save the Children: Shaping the Immunization Landscape — Getting it Right for 20 Million Children
As Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, prepares to develop its next five-year strategy and for its third replenishment in 2020, Kirsten Mathieson, senior health policy and research adviser at Save the Children, highlights three key issues Gavi should prioritize to ensure the programmatic and financial sustainability of its immunization programs: primary health care, equity, and market shaping (4/30).

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