Gavi Board meeting, 6-7 June 2018

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Gavi Board June 2018

The Gavi Board meeting was held in Geneva, Switzerland on 6-7 June 2018.

00a - Document list

00b - Agenda

Documents

01a - Declarations of interest

01b - Minutes from 29-30 November 2017

01c - No-objection consent decisions

01d - Action Sheet

Documents

01e - Workplan

Documents

02 - Consent agenda

Presentations

02a - Consent agenda - Vice Chair appointment

02b - Consent agenda - Board - Committee member appointments

02c - Consent agenda - Independent Review Committee appointments

02e - Consent agenda - Governance Committee Charter

02f - Consent agenda - Independent Review Committee Terms of Reference

02g - Consent agenda - Review of Conflicts of Interest Policy

02h - Consent agenda - Changes in 2016-2020 Strategic Indicators

02i - Consent agenda - Reflecting Board-approved changes to Eligibility and Transition Policy

02j - Consent agenda - Modifications to Gavi's HSIS Support Framework and Gavi's Fragility, Emergency and Refugees Policy

02k - Consent agenda - Extension of support for use of Gavi's global cholera stockpile in endemic settings for 2019

02l - Consent agenda - Expansion of PCV support to include catch-up during new introductions

02m - Consent agenda - Mid-term approach to replace reactive approvals of continuation of support in Yemen and South Sudan

03a - 2016-2020 Strategy Implementation and Progress

04 - Gavi-Global Fund Collaboration

05 - Successfully transitioning Nigeria from Gavi support

06 - Engagement with countries post-transition

07 - Vaccine investment strategy - short list

08 - Gavi's engagement in Polio Eradication

10 - Update on MTR planning

11 - Report from Audit and Investigations

12 - Review of decisions - No paper

13 - Closing remarks and review of Board workplan - No paper

>75 million

In September 2014, Nepal became the first country to introduce inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) with Gavi support. By the end of 2017, 55 countries had introduced the vaccine with our support, collectively immunising more than 75 million children.

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