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    Economics of immunization: a guide to the literature and other resources.

    Kaddar M; Gaulé P

    Geneva, Switzerland, World Health Organization [WHO], Department of Vaccines and Biologicals, 2004. vii, 77 p. (WHO/V&B/04.02)

    In an effort to make information more readily available to those seeking to increase vaccine coverage worldwide and improve, manage, and deliver immunization services in developing countries, an annotated bibliography was developed. This document is intended as a tool for donor agencies, ministries of health and finance in developing countries, public health institutions and universities, as well as the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI). Within the context of immunization financing, this tool identifies literature and web resources on costing, cost–benefit analyses, financing, policy issues, tools, and other related topics. For copies of documents listed, please contact the author or publisher listed in the citation. A contact list of key institutions and individuals working on immunization issues is provided as well. This document contains the following: Background information on immunization financing issues; Summaries of 87 key articles related to immunization financing; List of 345 documents primarily from 1995 to the present; Directory of contacts and web sites for additional information. (excerpt)
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