Gavi’s corporate policies ensure efficiency, transparency and accountability in our corporate processes and operations.

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Co-financing policy

Co-financing means that countries contribute to the cost of Gavi-supported vaccines by financing some of the required vaccine doses.

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Co-financing means that countries contribute to the cost of Gavi-supported vaccines by financing some of the required vaccine doses.

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Eligibility and transition policy

Gavi supports the world’s lowest-income countries. The eligibility and transition policy sets out the criteria that determine which countries are eligible to apply for different forms of Gavi support.

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Gavi supports the world’s lowest-income countries. The eligibility and transition policy sets out the criteria that determine which countries are eligible to apply for different forms of Gavi support.

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Fragility, emergencies and refugees policy

Gavi is able to offer greater flexibility and tailored support to countries facing fragility challenges/emergencies, or hosting refugees.

GAVI/2011/Doune Porter/Tanzania
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Gender policy

Gavi has committed to increasing immunisation coverage by 1) supporting countries to overcome gender-related barriers to accessing immunisation services and 2) promoting 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

GAVI/2012/Sala Lewis/Tanzania
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Health system and immunisation strengthening support framework

HSIS aims to help Gavi-supported countries reach every child today and in the future, regardless of geography, socioeconomic status, or gender-related barriers.

Gavi/2018/Guido Dingemans/Gambia
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Prioritisation mechanism

In June 2013, the Gavi Board reviewed the mechanism which allows the ranking of technically sound proposals from Gavi-eligible countries and the subsequent prioritisation of funding choices in case of insufficient resources.

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Self-procurement policy

Assuring quality vaccines and immunisation products for countries that procure their own products with Gavi funds.

GAVI/2006/Judith/Ethiopia
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Transparency and accountability policy

If Gavi is to deliver on its mission, it must take some risk, and do everything possible to mitigate that risk. Donors realise this, but also rightly expect risks to be minimised and action to be taken when misuse is uncovered.

GAVI/2014/Duncan Graham-Rowe/Cameroon
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Vaccine donation policy

Donations of vaccines by industry to international organisations or to governments can bring benefits if properly managed, but also carry certain risks. Gavi only accepts vaccines donations under exceptional circumstances and requires both the manufacturer and recipient country to comply with a number of conditions.

GAVI/2012/Eva-Lotta Jansson/Mozambique
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