LNCT Webinar Resources: Producing Immunization Expenditure Data for Policy and Planning

The joint Abt Associates-LNCT webinar, ‘Producing Immunization Expenditure Data for Policy and Planning,’ took place on 12 December 2018 on the topic of producing and using immunization spending data for decision-making. Participants learned 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. Three panelist members, Tesfaye AshagariSenior Health Economist, Abt Associates. Ketevan GoginashviliChief Specialist, Georgia Ministry of Health and Social Affairs, and Dr. Landry KaucleyDirector of Logistics, Benin National Agency for Vaccination and Primary Health, shared their experiences and answered specific questions from participants.

Included here are the presentation materials used for the webinar.

Session Slides: English 

Session Recording: 

Related Reports:

Understanding and Using Immunization Expenditure Data: A Primer for Immunization Program Managers


Producing and Using Immunization Expenditure Data

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