Webinar: Producing Immunization Expenditure Data for Policy & Planning

December 12, 2018

Registration is now open for our webinar, taking place on Wednesday December 12th and co-hosted with Abt Associates. Participants will learn about producing and using immunization spending data for decision-making. Learn how countries transitioning from Gavi funding can produce better immunization spending data, and how this data can be analyzed and presented to inform policy and planning.

Panelists:

  • Tesfaye AshagariSenior Health Economist, Abt Associates
  • Ketevan GoginashviliPolicy Specialist, Georgia Ministry of Health and Social Affairs
  • Dr. Landry KaucleyDirector of Logistics, Benin National Agency for Vaccination and Primary Health

Moderators:

  • Grace CheeSenior Program Director, Results for Development
  • Shipra Srihari, Resource Tracking Advisor, Abt Associates

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