Affiliation: World Health Organization
- Outsourcing vaccine logistics to the private sector: The evidence and lessons learned from the Western Cape Province in South-AfricaPatrick Lydon
World Health Organization, Geneva, Switzerland Electronic address
Vaccine 33:3429-34. 2015..The findings and lessons learnt from the Western Cape experience can serve as a step towards understanding the role of the private sector in immunization supply chain and logistics systems for developing countries. ..
- Updating the evidence base on the operational costs of supplementary immunization activities for current and future accelerated disease control, elimination and eradication effortsGian Gandhi
United Nations Children s Fund, 3 United Nations Plaza, New York, NY 10017, USA
BMC Public Health 14:67. 2014..Mobilizing adequate resources for successful implementation of SIAs requires updated estimates of non-vaccine costs per target population...
- Government financing for health and specific national budget lines: the case of vaccines and immunizationPatrick Lydon
Immunization Vaccines and Biologicals Department IVB, Expanded Programme on Immunization EPI, World Health Organization WHO, Office M235, 20 Avenue Appia, CH 1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland
Vaccine 26:6727-34. 2008..The analysis shows evidence that the existence ofa specific line in the national budget is associated with increased governmental budget allocations for vaccines and routine immunization financing...
- Introducing new vaccines in the poorest countries: what did we learn from the GAVI experience with financial sustainability?P Lydon
Immunization Vaccines and Biologicals Department IVB, Expanded Programme on Immunization EPI, World Health Organization WHO, 20 Avenue Appia, CH 1211 Geneva 27, Switzerland
Vaccine 26:6706-16. 2008....