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18 December 2014

Risk policy

The Risk policy provides an overarching framework for Gavi’s risk management approach. It sets out principles for risk management and provides definitions of risk concepts and risk categories. It includes a risk appetite statement which sets the tone for how much risk Gavi is willing to accept in different areas of its strategy and operations. It serves as a basis for dialogue within the Alliance on risk and trade-offs to inform risk management and decision-making.

22 April 2014

GAVI Alliance Prioritisation Mechanism

The prioritisation mechanism guides GAVI's funding decisions when resources are restricted by enabling the ranking of country proposals recommended for funding by the Independent Review Committee (IRC) for new and underused vaccine support (NVS).

01 January 2014

Transparency and Accountability Policy

The goal of GAVI’s Transparency and Accountability Policy is to ensure that all GAVI support at country level is managed in a transparent and accountable manner through systems that include appropriate oversight mechanisms and that the support is used according to the programme objectives as outlined in individual country agreements.

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI Alliance

22 November 2013

GAVI Alliance Gender Policy

The goal of the GAVI Alliance Gender Policy is to increase immunisation coverage by supporting countries to overcome gender-related barriers to accessing immunisation services and to promote equity of access and utilisation for all girls and boys, women and men to immunisation and related health services that respond to their different health needs.

02 April 2013

GAVI Alliance Vaccine introduction grants and operational support for campaigns policy

GAVI provides a cash grant to countries ahead of each new vaccine introduction to facilitate the timely and effective implementation of critical preparation activities in the national vaccine introduction plan. GAVI also provides cash support to cover a share of the delivery cost of vaccination campaigns. These are one-time GAVI investments expected to cover a share of the necessary activities with the remainder being funded by the government and partners, if necessary.

01 April 2013

GAVI Alliance Procurement Policy

This Procurement Policy sets out the policies and practices applicable to the procurement of goods and services necessary to fulfill Alliance Work-plan activities. The objectives are to promote the prudent use of funds through sound business practices that include standard procedures, quality control, contract management, performance reporting and accurate record-keeping and reporting.

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 15

18 March 2013

Self procurement FAQ

The self procurement policy aims to ensure quality vaccines and related safety injection supplies for countries that choose to self-procure. The policy requires that only vaccines and related injection safety supplies (auto-disable syringes, syringes and needle disposal boxes) that meet international expectations of assured quality can be procured using GAVI funds. This document provides guidance on frequently asked questions.

05 March 2013

Fragility and immunisation - a country by country approach

The aim of GAVI’s Fragility and immunisation- a country by country approach is to allow GAVI to work with our partners to strengthen our focus on countries that require more intensive support and attention. Introducing greater flexibility will enable GAVI to better respond to long and short term challenges faced by these countries.

05 March 2013

GAVI country focused approach FAQs

The aim of GAVI’s Fragility and immunisation- a country by country approach is to allow GAVI to work with our partners to strengthen our focus on countries that require more intensive support and attention. Introducing greater flexibility will enable GAVI to better respond to long and short term challenges faced by these countries. This document provides guidance on frequently asked questions.

21 January 2013

GAVI Alliance Whistleblower Policy

GAVI Alliance Board members and staff must observe high standards of professional and personal ethics and are encouraged to make disclosures to help protect the organisation and donor assets entrusted to GAVI’s care. For these reasons, GAVI must maintain an environment where it can receive, retain, and address concerns and complaints. The purpose of this Whistleblower Policy is to provide a mechanism by which these concerns may be raised free of discrimination, retaliation, or harassment.

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 2

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