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.

Explore more information about the MICs Approach, including country eligibility and the type of country support available, and access key resources, on Gavi’s MICs webpage.

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