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31 December 2009

GAVI Alliance Financial Statements

Consolidated Financial Statements and Independent Auditors’ Report for the year ended 31 December 2009.

  • Author(s):
  • KPMG
  • Total pages:
  • 22

04 December 2009

Health buys wealth

In low-income countries, rising income can buy better health, through improved nutrition, clean water and greater consumption of healthcare. Improvements in health can also fuel economic growth.

  • Author(s):
  • Goldman Sachs
  • Total pages:
  • 28

01 December 2009

Strengthening cervical cancer prevention and control - GAVI-UNFPA-WHO meeting 01.12.2009

Report of the GAVI–UNFPA–WHO meeting: updating high-level decision-makers on comprehensive cervical cancer prevention and control, the current status of the vaccine, vaccine introduction, best practices and lessons learned to date, and agency plans for moving forward.

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI, WHO, UNFPA
  • Total pages:
  • 12
  • Publisher:
  • WHO
  • Reference number:
  • WHO/RHR/10.13

20 November 2009

CSO call to action for greater involvement in GAVI

Civil Society Call to Action for greater involvement in the GAVI Alliance at the GAVI Alliance Partners’ Forum held in Hanoi, Vietnam on 20 November 2009.

 

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI Alliance civil society organisation constituency
  • Total pages:
  • 2

12 November 2009

IAC Members 2009

List of IAC members.

  • Total pages:
  • 1
  • Publisher:
  • AMC

10 November 2009

World Bank response to the GAVI Health System Strengthening evaluation

The World Bank appreciates the opportunity to comment on the GAVI Health System Strengthening (HSS) Evaluation conducted by HLSP. The document contains much useful information but may require some fine-tuning regarding its key findings/recommendations.

  • Author(s):
  • World Bank
  • Total pages:
  • 3

10 November 2009

GAVI Secretariat management response to the Health Systems Strengthening support evaluation 2009

This paper provides the Secretariat’s response to HLSP’s “GAVI Health Systems Strengthening Support Evaluation 2009” of 8 October 2009.

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI Alliance Secretariat
  • Total pages:
  • 9

01 November 2009

Health Systems Strengthening tracking study

In August 2008, GAVI awarded JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc. (JSI) a contract to work with its partner organisation in Sweden, InDevelop-Institute of Public Management to jointly implement the GAVI HSS tracking study. The tracking study was designed to provide real-time evidence regarding the technical, managerial, and policy processes for the successful implementation of GAVI HSS grants in a set of six countries.

  • Author(s):
  • JSI for the GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 96

27 October 2009

IAC Selection Process

The selection process for Independent Assessment Committee (IAC) members is administered by the GAVI Alliance Secretariat, in its role as AMC Secretariat. Evaluation of candidates is conducted by a selection panel composed of five international leaders on global health issues.

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 1
  • Publisher:
  • AMC

08 October 2009

GAVI Health Systems Strengthening support evaluation 2009: Volume 2 key findings and recommendations

The evaluation's main recommendations are expected to contribute to inform the GAVI Board decision in 2010 about whether or not to increase the funding available to the GAVI Health System Strengthening (HSS) support window; to improve current and future implementation of GAVI HSS; to enhance the quality of the GAVI HSS evaluation planned for 2012.

  • Author(s):
  • hlsp for the GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 34

01 October 2009

Case Studies for Global Health - The World’s First Advance Market Commitment

A case study on the multi-sector effort to build a financing mechanism, the AMC, as an incentive to facilitate vaccine development.

  • Total pages:
  • 7
  • Publisher:
  • Alliance for Case Studies for Global Health

30 September 2009

GAVI Health Systems Strengthening support evaluation 2009: Volume 2 full evaluation report

The evaluation objectives included: the experience at country level with GAVI HSS, the main strengths and areas of improvement of GAVI HSS at the country level; how has GAVI HSS been supported at regional and global levels; what has been the value-added of funding HSS through GAVI; and what needs to be done on all levels for a more in-depth evaluation of imapact of GAVI HSS in 2012.

  • Author(s):
  • hlsp for the GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 134

02 September 2009

The Pneumococcal AMC - the Process

The process of the Pneumococcal AMC involves donors, IBRD, UNICEF, suppliers, the AMC Independent Assessment Committee (IAC), developing countries and participating manufacturers.

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 1
  • Publisher:
  • AMC

01 September 2009

HSS tracking study Congo, Democratic Republic of the

The study looks at how countries implement GAVI HSS funds over a period of 13 months.GAVI is the third biggest external provider of funds for HSS in DR Congo. Implementation of HSS programmes was seriously delayed through problems with the disbursement of funds.

07 August 2009

Pneumo SDF version 0.1 – published on 7 August 2009

This version 0.1 is issued in accordance with the AVI Forecasting Standard Operating Procedure that foresees the possibility for intermediate updates between official versions when changes in demand exceed predefined thresholds. 

  • Total pages:
  • 2
  • Publisher:
  • GAVI

01 August 2009

HSS evaluation Nepal

At the time of the evaluation, it was too early to see results of the implementation, considering the fact that the start of the programme had been delayed eg through political turmoil. The researcher make explicit mention of the high transaction costs for the government for a two year programme. Despite a lot of caveats and flaws in the design of the programme, they take note of the high degree of government ownership.

01 August 2009

Comprehensive multi-year plan for 2011-2015

Islamic Republic of Pakistan National Institutes of Health Federal EPI Cell Comprehensive Multi-Year National Immunization Strategic Plan 2011-20151 1 With costing and financing analysis updated in August 2009 Pakistan_cMYP_2011-2015.doc 2 Table of Contents page Executive Summary 3 EPI Background and Situation Analysis

01 August 2009

cMYP Pakistan 2011-2015

The cMYP envisions that the immunization programme will develop its capacity to introduce new cost-effective vaccines.

  • Author(s):
  • National Institutes of Health, Federal EPI Cell, Islamic Republic of Pakistan
  • Total pages:
  • 51

01 August 2009

Annual progress report Pakistan 2009

The report states activities and achievements related to ISS, NVS (pentavalent), HSS and CSO support, baseline numbers and targets, as well as information on general immunisation programme management and financing, problems encountered, ICC meetings, co-financing and financial sustainability.

01 August 2009

HSS evaluation Rwanda

Submitted by HLSP 5-23 Old Street, London, EC1V 9HL, UK T +44 (0)20 7253 5064 F +44 (0)20 7251 4404 E enquiries@hlsp.org www.hlsp.org GAVI Health System Strengthening Support Evaluation RFP-0006-08 Rwanda Case Study Final Version – August 2009 Javier Martinez & Leonard Karasi Submitted by HLSP 5-23 Old Street, London,

01 August 2009

HSS evaluation Sierra Leone

The evaluation comes to the conclusion that the GAVI proposal is fully aligned with the National Health Plan.It acknowledges the governments commitment to make the HSS implementation process accountable and collaborative. However, due to late arrival of the funds, not a lot of the money has been spent on implementation in 2008.

01 August 2009

HSS evaluation Sri Lanka

The evaluation could not assess progress in implementation since the government had not provided GAVI with a Progress Report for the first year. The researchers find the proposal objectives sensible and achievable, but comment that the development process was centrally driven without involving the districts and that the growing private sector has not been taken into consideration.

01 August 2009

HSS evaluation Liberia

The evaluation comes to the conclusion that after a slow start in 2007, the implementation of GAVI-funded HSS activities gained momentum im 2008. The researchers noted that GAVI's reporting requirements put a considerable strain on Liberia's capacities within the ministry and recommend that GAVI should look into aligning reporting with the Global Fund.

01 August 2009

HSS evaluation Kenya

The evaluation comes to the conclusion that the implementation of the HSS programme is satisfactory. Despite a slow start, by the end of 2008, 90% of the community units were already in place and all human resources had been employed. The main weaknesses are the narrow definition of HSS and the lack of involvement of NGOs in the proposal development process.The authors also criticise that the reporting to GAVI does not correspond with the Kenyan reporting cycle.

01 August 2009

HSS evaluation Honduras

The evaluation comes to the conclusion that the implementation of the HSS programme was delayed through late transferral of GAVI funds  in the first place. Secondly, implementation is hampered because of slow spending that has to go through many instances, which has partly to do with the centralistic structure of the country. Therefore no assessment of progress made was possible when the evaluation took place. Any evaluation will be challenging because there are 20 implementation sites each of which is responsible for 22 activities. The authors also mention high transaction costs.

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