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  • Press Release to Launch ISFUND

    Gavi’s support to Ghana is not indefinite, as countries are expected to develop and fund ‘Financial Sustainability Plans’ (FSPs) to sustain their immunization programs beyond Gavi’s support. Ghana will need a minimum of 30 Million USD annually to pay for the full cost of vaccines when Gavi support ceases in 2020. Due to Ghana’s economic challenges, it would be difficult for the government to bear the full cost of vaccinating children. It is thus critical for Ghana to identify sustainable funding streams to augment its immunization budget.

  • Press Release to Launch ISFUND

    Gavi’s support to Ghana is not indefinite, as countries are expected to develop and fund ‘Financial Sustainability Plans’ (FSPs) to sustain their immunization programs beyond Gavi’s support. Ghana will need a minimum of 30 Million USD annually to pay for the full cost of vaccines when Gavi support ceases in 2020. Due to Ghana’s economic challenges, it would be difficult for the government to bear the full cost of vaccinating children. It is thus critical for Ghana to identify sustainable funding streams to augment its immunization budget.

  • Press Release to Launch ISFUND

    Gavi’s support to Ghana is not indefinite, as countries are expected to develop and fund ‘Financial Sustainability Plans’ (FSPs) to sustain their immunization programs beyond Gavi’s support. Ghana will need a minimum of 30 Million USD annually to pay for the full cost of vaccines when Gavi support ceases in 2020. Due to Ghana’s economic challenges, it would be difficult for the government to bear the full cost of vaccinating children. It is thus critical for Ghana to identify sustainable funding streams to augment its immunization budget.

  • Press Release to Launch ISFUND

    Gavi’s support to Ghana is not indefinite, as countries are expected to develop and fund ‘Financial Sustainability Plans’ (FSPs) to sustain their immunization programs beyond Gavi’s support. Ghana will need a minimum of 30 Million USD annually to pay for the full cost of vaccines when Gavi support ceases in 2020. Due to Ghana’s economic challenges, it would be difficult for the government to bear the full cost of vaccinating children. It is thus critical for Ghana to identify sustainable funding streams to augment its immunization budget.