WHO Immunization Advocacy Resource Library

World Health Organization’s (WHO) Immunization advocacy library contains useful resources, information, and factsheets related to messaging on immunization and data on vaccination that can help immunization program managers and other stakeholders advocate for prioritization of immunization in political agendas and public health budgets.

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LNCT Materials to Help you Make the Case for Investing in Immunization

Why We Need to Make a Case for Investment Maintaining a high performing immunization program requires sustained commitment and funding over time.  Ongoing communication and advocacy are needed to maintain investments and to stimulate additional investments to achieve health goals. Advocating for resources for immunization at national and sub-national levels requires demonstrating the health and … Continued

Re-evaluating the Potential Impact and Cost-effectiveness of Rotavirus Vaccination in 73 Gavi Countries: A Modelling Study

Background Previous studies have found rotavirus vaccination to be highly cost-effective in low-income countries. However, updated evidence is now available for several inputs (ie, rotavirus disease mortality rates, rotavirus age distributions, vaccine timeliness, and vaccine efficacy by duration of follow-up), new rotavirus vaccines have entered the market, vaccine prices have decreased, and cost-effectiveness thresholds have … Continued