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24 September 2012

Management response to 2011 CSO Evaluation

1 EVALUATION OF GAVI SUPPORT TO CSOs Management Response – September 2012 Theme Recommendation Management Response Timeline/Responsibility Structure of GAVI CSO Support Focus of the support 1. GAVI CSO support should be restructured as a ‘single funding stream’ rather than two separate types of support. The focus shoul

24 September 2012

GAVI CSO evaluation_Indonesia Country Report

GAVI ALLIANCE EVALUATION OF GAVI SUPPORT TO CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS 17 January 2012 COUNTRY EVALUATION REPORT -INDONESIA Prepared by: Cambridge Economic Policy Associates LLP ii CONTENTS Acronyms and abbreviations .............................................................................................. iii Exe

24 September 2012

GAVI CSO evaluation_CEPA Evaluation Main Report

ŀ GAVI ALLIANCE EVALUATION OF GAVI SUPPORT TO CSOS 17 January 2012 EVALUATION REPORT Prepared by: CEPA LLP CONTENTS Acronyms and abbreviations ................................................................................................ i Executive summary ............................................................

05 July 2012

Accelerated Vaccine Introduction Project review: annexes

Annexes to report presenting the findings and lessons learnt from a review of the Accelerated Vaccine Introduction (AVI) Project. The review period spans from February to June 2012.

  • Author(s):
  • CEPA LLP; GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 41

05 July 2012

Accelerated Vaccine Introduction Project review: final report

This report presents the findings and lessons learnt from a review of the Accelerated Vaccine Introduction (AVI) Project undertaken by Cambridge Economic Policy Associates (CEPA) for the GAVI Alliance. The review period spans from February to June 2012.

  • Author(s):
  • CEPA LLP; GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 84

01 July 2011

IFFI evaluation: IFFIm donor response

Donors feel that the report presents valuable information about the goal effectiveness, costs effectiveness, and impacts in terms of lives saved by IFFIm. The evaluation shows, while highlighting constraints (size), lost opportunities (frontloading too early) and potential challenges (sustainability), that IFFIm has so far achieved impacts beyond those specifically targeted for immunisation.

  • Author(s):
  • HLSP
  • Total pages:
  • 4

01 July 2011

IFFIm evaluation: key messages

The International Financing Facility for Immunisation (IFFIm) concept is proven. IFFIm has allowed donor countries to make binding long-term commitments and convert these future cash flows into immediately available funds through the financial markets at a cost very close to that achieved by the World Bank. 

  • Author(s):
  • HLSP
  • Total pages:
  • 4

01 July 2011

IFFIm evaluation: executive summary

This evaluation was commissioned by the GAVI Secretariat, on behalf of the IFFIm Board, to assess the extent to which the IFFIm has been an effective financing mechanism to raise money for immunisation and health systems in GAVI eligible countries.

  • Author(s):
  • HLSP
  • Total pages:
  • 28

01 July 2011

IFFIm evaluation: The World Bank response

The World Bank has reviewed an evaluation report of the International Finance Facility for Immunisation (IFFIm) prepared by HLSP and dated June 2011. The World Bank provides services to IFFIm under the Treasury Management Agreement and this report substantially reviews those activities in the context of IFFIm’s overall performance as a financing vehicle.

  • Author(s):
  • HLSP
  • Total pages:
  • 2

01 July 2011

IFFIm evaluation: IFFIm Board response

This paper provides a response to the IFFIm Evaluation by the IFFIm Board of Directors. 

  • Author(s):
  • HLSP
  • Total pages:
  • 4

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