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Nathalie Garcon
Adjuvants for use in subunit based vaccines and their global access considerations.
B. Fenton Hall
World Health Organization (WHO)
In line with the reporting in 2019, this year’s annual GVAP secretariat report presents a collection of figures and graphs with the latest available data, for a selection of GVAP indicators, mainly...
World Health Organization (WHO)
GVAP secretariat reports, country and regional reports and immunization scorecards organized per year
World Health Organization (WHO)
An updated view of the GVAP price indicators and key findings from the most recent data available through the V3P initiative.
World Health Organization (WHO)
Immunization has proven the test of time as one of public health’s most cost effective interventions. In 2017, the number of children immunized – 116.2 million – was the highest ever reported....
VillageReach
VillageReach describes how the supply chain design process provides a good opportunity to investigate and address potential inequities. VillageReach documented its framework to help identify...
Verónica Carrión, Silas P.Trumbo, Renee Aquije, Misael Gómez, Martha Velandia-González, Marcela Contreras, M. Carolina Danovaro-Holliday, Karim Jaqueline Pardo Ruiz, Fabio Alberto Escobar Díaz, Ana Gabriela Félix García
Introduction The Global Vaccine Action Plan and the Regional Immunization Action Plan of the Americas call for countries to improve immunization data quality. Immunization information systems,...
Brown DW
The Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP) Monitoring and Accountability Framework includes an indicator to reach 90% national vaccination coverage and 80% vaccination coverage in every district or...
World Health Organization (WHO)
In 2016, some progress was made towards the goals set out in the Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP). The year saw the fewest number of cases of wild poliovirus ever reported, and three more countries...
Minal K. Patel, James L. Goodson, Paul A. Rota, Mark J. Papania, Katrina Kretsinger, Jean-Marie Okwo-Bele, Mick N. Mulders, Peter M. Strebel, Marta Gacic-Dobo, Laure Dumolard, Alya Dabbagh
The Fourth United Nations Millennium Development Goal 4 (MDG4), adopted in 2000, set a target to reduce child mortality by two thirds by 2015. One of the indicators towards this target was measles...
Patrick Lydon et al.
As countries rise to the challenge of implementing the priorities of this “Decade of Vaccine” and their commitments delineated in the Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP), many continue to face...
David H. Sniadack et al.
The Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP) for 2012–2020, endorsed by the 194 WHO Member States at the 65th World Health Assembly in May 2012, calls for the elimination of measles and ...
World Health Organization (WHO)
The Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP) is a framework adopted by all the World Health Organization (WHO) Member States at the Sixty-fifth World Health Assembly in May 2012 to achieve the vision of the...
David H. Oh, Alya Dabbagh, James L. Goodson, Peter M. Strebel, Sanjita Thapa, Jagat Narain Giri, Sagar Ratna Shakya, Sudhir Khanal
In 2012, the Global Vaccine Action Plan* established a goal to achieve measles and rubella elimination in five of the six World Health Organization (WHO) regions (194 countries) by 2020 (1). Measles...
SAGE
The Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE) on immunization met on 18-20 October 2016 in Geneva, Switzerland. At the mid-term of the Decade of Vaccines (DoV), SAGE reviewed the progress made...
Blanche-philomene Melanga Anya, Edna Moturi, Teka Aschalew, Mable Carole Tevi-Benissan, Bartholomew Dicky Akanmori, Alain Nyembo Poy, Kinuam Leon Mbulu, Joseph Okeibunor, Richard Mihigo, Felicitas Zawaira
Background Important investments were made in countries for the polio eradication initiative. On 25 September 2015, a major milestone was achieved when Nigeria was removed from the list of...
Kimberly M. Thompson et al.
Managing the dynamics of vaccine supply and demand represents a significant challenge with very high stakes. Insufficient vaccine supplies can necessitate rationing, lead to preventable adverse...
Zainab Waggie, Charles S. Wiysonge, Anthony Hawkridge, Barry D. Schoub, Shabir A. Madhi, Helen Rees, Gregory D. Hussey
Delegates at the first International African Vaccinology Conference noted, with dismay, that many African children have limited access to existing and new vaccines as a consequence of weak...
World Health Organization (WHO)
86% of the world’s children received the required 3 doses of diphtheria-tetanus-pertussis containing vaccines (DTP3) in 2015, a coverage level that has been sustained above 85% since 2010. As a...
Sonia Pagliusi et al.
The Developing Countries Vaccine Manufacturers Network (DCVMN) assembled high-profile leaders from global health organisations and vaccine manufactures for its 16th Annual General Meeting to work...
David N. Durrheim et al.
Tremendous progress has been made globally to reduce the contribution of measles to the burden of childhood deaths and measles cases have dramatically decreased with increased two dose...
Robert T. Perry et al.
In 2000, the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Millennium Development Goals (MDG), with MDG4 being a two-thirds reduction in child mortality by 2015, and with measles vaccination coverage...
Save the Children
The scorecard looks at countries’ immunisation progress and the need to reach every last child with immunisation services.
Weerawan Hattasingh et al.
The 1st Workshop on National Immunization Programs and Vaccine Coverage in Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Countries Group (WNIPVC-ASEAN) held a meeting on April 30, 2015, Pattaya,...
World Health Organization (WHO)
This is a single page outline of the nine transformative investment areas proposed in GRISP (in French)
World Health Organization (WHO)
A one-pager, highlighting the nine main transformative investments proposed by GRISP (see separate document in the resource library).
Devendra Gnawali et al.
A goal of the Global Vaccine Action Plan, led by the World Health Organization, is country ownership by 2020, defined here as the point when a country fully finances its routine immunization program...
Logan Brenzel et al.
Governments in resource-poor settings have traditionally relied on external donor support for immunization. Under the Global Vaccine Action Plan, adopted in 2014, countries have committed to...
Annie Haakenstad, Maxwell Birger, Lavanya Singh, Patrick Liu, Stephen Lim, Marie Ng, Joseph L. Dieleman
In the 2012 Global Vaccine Action Plan, development assistance partners committed to providing sustainable financing for vaccines and expanding vaccination coverage to all children in low- and...
World Health Organization (WHO)
This Briefing aimed at sharing the new materials and tools, seeking expert advice to complete those materials related to data quality, sharing best practices among participants and thinking...
Miloud Kaddar et al.
Middle-income countries (MICs) as a group are not only characterized by a wide range of gross national income (GNI) per capita (US $1026 to $12,475), but also by diversity in size, geography,...
J. M. Okwo-Bele
The Journal of Infectious Diseases supplement rightly focuses on the notion of integrated healthcare, which has a long history in public health. Integrated healthcare has been proposed to tackle the...
Erin Fry Sosne et al.
This paper—designed for use by US executive branch officials, members of Congress, advocates, and other stakeholders— presents an analysis of the USG’s role in global immunization and offers...
Saleena Subaiya et al.
In 1974, WHO established the Expanded Programme on Immunization to ensure that all children have access to routinely recommended vaccines. Since then, global coverage with the 4 core vaccines –...
Philippe Duclos et al.
Highlights •Every country which has an ambition for a strong national immunization programme should benefit from a NITAG. •Process indicators related to NITAGs have been included in the...
Crager SE
The 2012 World Health Assembly Global Vaccine Action Plan called for global access to new vaccines within 5 years of licensure. Current approaches have proven insufficient to achieve sustainable...
IAIM
From 3-4 March 2015, over 130 members from 70 countries – representing all six regions of the world1 – gathered in Istanbul, Turkey for the Inaugural Conference of the International Association...
The Global Immunization Meeting: Protect, Innovate, Accelerate was organized jointly by WHO and UNICEF and served as forum to update the global immunization community on implementing the new...
Cherian- Thomas & Okwo-Bele- Jean-Marie
Since the establishment of the Expanded Programme on Immunization in 1974- there has been considerable progress with scaling up access to immunization globally. Currently an estimated 2 to 3 million...
Decade of Vaccine Collaboration
In May 2011, a report by the Secretariat on the global immunization vision and strategy was noted by the Sixty-fourth World Health Assembly (WHA)/ During the discussions the vision for the...