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Abuja, Nigeria, 4-5 December 2004

>>Back to the 14th GAVI Board Meeting

  • Presentation - Tore Godal
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  • Presentation - Jacques-François Martin
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  • background document
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  • 2. Overview of the first phase of GAVI and The Vaccine Fund financial report

    • The alliance has achieved considerable successes in raising overall attention and commitment to immunization. It will be important however to further strengthen the foundation of immunization: routine services.
    • When considering the financial picture it is also important to know the total financing needs for immunization, so that the contribution of GAVI/The Vaccine Fund can be placed into the larger context.

    The Board:

      2.1 Welcomed the announcement by H.E. State Secretary Annika Söder of Sweden that the Swedish parliament had just approved an allocation of SEK 100 million (approximately US$ 14 million, depending on exchange rates) for GAVI/The Vaccine Fund in 2005. Sweden contributed a total of SEK 55 million to GAVI in 2004.

      2.2 Requested that all future GAVI Board meetings include financial reports from The Vaccine Fund.

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    1. Presentation by Nigeria immunization programme
    2. Overview of the first phase of GAVI and The Vaccine Fund financial report
    3. Final report of the 2003 Work Plan and Interim report of the GAVI 2004-05 Work Plan
    4. ADIP Management Committee Report and Recommendations
    5. Recommendations of the Hib task force
    6. Financing
    7. ISS Extension
    8. Independent Review Committee (IRC) policy recommendations
    9. Recommendation of the governance sub-group
    10. Framework for strengthening immunization services
    11. Long-term procurement strategy
    12. Funding for innovations programme
    13. Eligible countries in phase 2
    14. Global Immunization Vision and Strategy
    15. International Finance Facility for Immunization (IFFIm)
    16. Board turnover
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