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- Last updated was 1 month ago
- Augustine Aniesona replied 1 week ago
Hi all, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliancce has updated the Cold Chain Equipment ‘Technology Guide’, to support the appropriate selection of modern, efficient and reliable technologies. We wanted to let you know the updated CCEOP Technology Guide is available here (and attached) and will permanently be hosted on this page of the Gavi website. The Technology Guide, which was complied through inputs from Alliance partners and technical asistance providers, provides an overview of equipment that is eligble for support through Gavi's Cold Chain Equipment Optimisation Platform (CCEOP). It also provides guidance on identifying the most appropriate equipment choices for each health facility to help ensure more facilities have adequate cold chain capacity from higher performing equipment that stays functional for longer periods of time. Equipment included in the Guide is PQS certified and meets additional platform eligibility requirements. The Guide is intended in particular for use in identifying CCE needs and solutions for health facilities and at lower levels of the cold chain. The Technology Guide will be updated twice a year. Please contact Karuna Luthra (Gavi Market Shaping) with any questions.
- Last updated was 7 months ago
We are happy to announce the latest version of the Total Cost of Ownership tool for cold chain equipment (v1.7) is now available to download and use. If you have been using an earlier version of the tool, please download the latest version from the *new* link below. Version 1.7 of the TCO tool contains all PQS pre-qualified equipment as of July 2019 and is available in English and French. https://www.path.org/resources/total-cost-of-ownership-tool-for-cold-chain-equipment/ Version 1.7 includes a new filter by energy source and type of CCE option which allows users to filter by power (solar, mains, passive) as well as type, such as refrigerator versus refrigerator and freezer combination units. More walk in cold and freezer rooms have also been added to the tool along with the ability to filter for CCEOP eligible equipment and storage segment needs. If you have any questions or would like training/demos please email Matt Morio email@example.com
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