Immunisation Action Network

Curatio International Foundation (CIF) in partnership with The Institute for Health Policy (IHP), and Results for Development (R4D) will co-lead the Linked Immunisation Action Network. CIF will serve as the focal point for six countries in the Europe and Central Asia region, including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Moldova, Mongolia, and Ukraine.

Linked Immunisation Action Network represents an integral component of Gavi’s new strategic approach to engaging with middle-income countries. And is an evolution of the Learning Network for Countries in Transition (LNCT – also pronounced “linked”), a collaborative learning network operating from 2017-2021 that supported over 20 countries transitioning from Gavi support to full domestic financing of their national immunization programs? The Linked Immunisation Action Network’s Country engagement will be driven by a group of complementary in-country stakeholders, such as decision makers and technical staff from National Expanded Program on Immunisation (EPI), National Immunisation Technical Advisory Groups (NITAGs), Ministries of Health, Ministries of Finance and other relevant government ministries and departments, as well as local partners providing support to the national immunisation program.

The Linked Immunisation Action Network will engage countries and partners to:

  • Understand top immunization program challenges, including barriers and threats to maintaining high and equitable immunization coverage and sustainably introducing new vaccines
  • Facilitate peer-to-peer knowledge sharing to elevate tested solutions and best practices for strengthening immunization programming
  • Support the implementation of solutions and best practices—working with and through local partners— to address immunization programme challenges
  • Strengthen skills and capacities within immunization programmes
  • Capture and disseminate implementation experiences to ensure learning is shared and sustainable

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