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Linked Practitioner Perspective: Lessons from Moldova on the Use of Pharmacists to Increase Demand for COVID-19 Vaccinations

During our in-person learning engagement that brought together countries from the Europe-Central Asia region to discuss Immunisation Service Delivery through Primary Health Care (PHC) Platforms, Linked Network Facilitators sat down with a few immunisation experts to learn about recent successes of their national immunisation programmes. As part of this Practitioner Perspectives series, we hear from Mrs.

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Linked Middle-Income Country Dashboards

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Exploring middle-income countries progress toward strong, sustainable immunisation programmes.

HOW YOU CAN USE THESE MATERIALS:

Country stakeholders can compare how their national immunisation programme is performing in contrast to other network peers based on key indicators around coverage, equity, and new vaccine introduction.  Additionally, stakeholders can identify peer countries with successes or those facing similar challenges that they would like to discuss and Linked can facilitate connections between countries to learn from one another.

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Global Compendium of Country Knowledge on COVID-19 Vaccination

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Exploring key country experiences and implementation strategies related to COVID-19 vaccination.

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The compendium can assist national authorities who are responsible for managing or making key decisions on the deployment, implementation, and monitoring of COVID-19 vaccination, as well as those who are  working on routine immunisation and life-course vaccination at country level.

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Managing the Challenges Associated with Decreasing Demand for COVID-19 Vaccination in Central and West Asia

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Understanding the challenges and risks associated with decreasing demand for COVID-19 vaccination in Central and West Asia.

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Countries need to adopt different strategies across each of these demand phases to ensure effective use and minimal wastage of COVID-19 vaccines. Stakeholders can use the risks, challenges,

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Private Sector COVID-19 Engagement: Cataloguing Activities Around Vaccine Acceptance and Uptake

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Discovering global activities and approaches to private sector and nontraditional stakeholder engagement in driving acceptance and uptake of the COVID-19 vaccine.

HOW YOU CAN USE THIS MATERIAL:

Immunisation Programme Managers can use the approaches outlined in this document to seek novel strategies and partnerships to drive COVID-19 acceptance and uptake.

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Gavi’s Approach to Engaging with Middle-income Countries

Serving as a key tool for addressing threats to the equity and sustainability of routine immunisation programmes, Gavi’s middle-income countries (MICs) Approach contributes to Gavi’s overall vision of leaving no one behind with immunisation.

The MICs Approach has two overarching objectives:

  1. To prevent backsliding in vaccine coverage in former-Gavi eligible countries; and,
  2. To drive the sustainable introduction of key missing vaccines in both former- and select never-Gavi eligible countries.
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Decision-making for New Vaccine Introduction: Three Key Takeaways from Georgia’s Experience Introducing the Rotavirus and Human Papillomavirus Vaccines

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Learning about Georgia’s experiences and lessons learned introducing the Rotavirus and Human Papillomavirus vaccines.

HOW YOU CAN USE THIS MATERIAL:

Country stakeholders can use the lessons from Georgia’s experience to understand and determine considerations for the decision-making process for new vaccine introduction (NVI) and the key factors driving NVI decisions.

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The Linked Immunisation Action Network facilitated a discussion with Georgia immunisation and finance experts to support the Ministry of Health (MoH) of Azerbaijan to learn from their neighboring country’s decision-making process for new vaccine introduction and the key factors driving their decisions.

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COVID Spending on Vaccine Delivery

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Discovering the flows of development assistance for the delivery of the COVID-19 vaccine in low- and middle- income countries between 2020-2021.

HOW YOU CAN USE THIS MATERIAL:

Country stakeholders can use these estimates to create transparency and inform policy and resource allocation.

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The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) COVID Spending on Vaccine Delivery Tool presents development assistance for the delivery of the COVID-19 vaccine in low- and middle- income countries.

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Linked Learning Engagement: National Decision-making in the Introduction of New Vaccines

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Learning about Georgia’s experiences and lessons learned introducing the Rotavirus and Human Papillomavirus vaccines.

HOW CAN USE THIS MATERIAL:

Country stakeholders can use the lessons from Georgia’s experience to understand and determine considerations for the decision-making process for new vaccine introduction (NVI) and the key factors driving NVI decisions.

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Azerbaijan is missing both the Rotavirus and HPV vaccines in its national immunisation schedule and has not yet decided when to introduce these vaccines.

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Routine Immunisation Amidst the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Exploring key learnings from immunisation stakeholders on how to sustain, restore, and increase uptake of essential routine immunisation services.

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Civil society organisations (CSOs), donor and implementing governments, and the wider immunisation community can learn from the recommendations outlined in this brief to restore and maintain resilient and sustainable immunisation services amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

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