Uganda proposals, reports & plans

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Approved proposals

All eligible countries are invited to submit proposals for Gavi support. 

Proposal for Rota Support 2017: Uganda
Date of Gavi approval: 24 November 2017

Proposal for HSS support: Uganda 2017
Date of Gavi approval: 02 May 2017

Proposal for CCEOP support: Uganda
Date of Gavi approval: 14 March 2017

Proposal for NVS - MenA campaign, Rota support: Uganda
Date of Gavi approval: 04 July 2016

Proposal for NVS - IPV support: Uganda
Date of Gavi approval: 31 July 2014

Proposal for NVS - HPV support: Uganda
Date of Gavi approval: 04 March 2014

Proposal for NVS - PCV support: Uganda
Date of Gavi approval: 26 September 2011

Proposal for ISS support: Uganda
Date of Gavi approval: 21 April 2009

Proposal for HSS support: Uganda
Date of Gavi approval: 01 November 2007

Proposal for INS support: Uganda
Date of Gavi approval: 01 April 2002

Proposal for ISS, NVS - Penta support: Uganda
Date of Gavi approval: 01 November 2000

Proposal for ISS, NVS - DTP, Hep B, Hib support: Uganda
Date of Gavi approval: 01 September 2000

Annual progress reports

Countries receiving and implementing Gavi support submit annual progress reports to the monitoring team of the Independent Review Committee (IRC). Receipt of annual progress reports is a condition for continued support from Gavi. The IRC monitoring team assesses the reports and provides recommendations for approval to the Gavi Board. 

Comprehensive multi-year plans/Financial sustainability plans

The comprehensive multi-year plan (cMYP) is a single plan which consolidates several immunisation activities. It is a key planning and management tool for national immunisation programmes. It addresses global, national, and subnational immunisation objectives and strategies, and evaluates the costs and financing of the programme in line with the WHO-UNICEF Global Immunization Vision and Strategy 2006-2015. Gavi requires countries to submit a cMYP along with the standard proposal form when applying for Gavi support (ISS, INS, and NVS). In 2006, over 50 countries had developed cMYPs using the WHO-UNICEF cMYP guidelines and costing tool.
The cMYP replaces the financial sustainability plan (FSP), used to assess the funding challenges of a country's national immunisation programme within the broader health financing context and to describe the government’s approach to mobilising and effectively using resources to support medium- and long-term immunisation objectives. 

Country co-financing information sheets

The country-specific co-financing sheets provide up-to-date information on countries’ eligibility status, co-financing fulfilment and requirements. They also give a summary of government health expenditure, including immunisation financing.

Specifically, the sheets provide a history of the Gavi-supported vaccines introduced per country, the country’s co-financing payments to date and its co-financing requirements for the current year. In case the country has defaulted on its co-financing requirements, there is an overview of the co-financing arrears of the previous year. Finally, the sheets provide co-financing projections for the next five years based on our latest forecasts.

The information sheets are updated at least twice per year to account for new information on countries’ co-financing fulfilment (in the first quarter) and eligibility status (in the third quarter).

Data quality audits

The DQA has been developed by WHO to help evaluate the quality of countries' health information systems and to verify the accuracy of reported data. Read more. 

DQA 2002
Year: 2002

The joint appraisal report

The joint appraisal is an in-country, multi-stakeholder review of the implementation progress and performance of Gavi's vaccine and cash grant support to the country, and of its contribution to improved immunisation outcomes. The outcome of the appraisal is the completed "joint appraisal report" that captures Gavi grant performance as well as implementation challenges. The joint appraisal report informs discussions with national coordination mechanisms on areas where greater national investments and efforts, as well as technical support, are needed.

Targeted country assistance plans

Targeted country assistance (TCA) are resources provided to in-country partners under Gavi’s partners’ engagement framework (PEF). A country’s TCA plan is based on needs expressed by the country during the joint appraisal discussions. It includes sets of activities, milestones and budget for a given year.

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