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The best shot: reaching 22 million missed children Geoff Adlide, Director Advocacy and Public Policy GAVI Alliance A seminar on accelerating access to vaccination Oslo, 14 October 2013


Mission and strategic goals 2011–2015

To save children’s lives and protect people’s health by increasing access to immunisation in poor countries

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The vaccine goal Accelerate the uptake and use of underused and new vaccines

The financing goal Increase the predictability of global financing and improve the sustainability of national financing for immunisation

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The health systems goal Contribute to strengthening the capacity of integrated health systems to deliver immunisation The market shaping goal Shape vaccine markets to ensure adequate supply of appropriate, quality vaccines at low and sustainable prices

A seminar on accelerating access to vaccination 14 October 2013


GAVI’s supply and procurement objectives

A seminar on accelerating access to vaccination 14 October 2013


Increased competition reduces vaccine price Price decline of pentavalent vaccine and number of manufacturers

Source: UNICEF Supply Division, 2013

A seminar on accelerating access to vaccination 14 October 2013


Vaccine prices and supply security As of the end of 2012

Source: UNICEF Supply Division, 2013

A seminar on accelerating access to vaccination 14 October 2013


Pentavalent roadmap

Ambition

No supply disruption Downward price trend

Market Shaping Targets

1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

No major supplier exits No major supply failure No NRA failure 1 new supplier WAP continued decrease

Market Landscape

5 suppliers Supply capacity in line with demand 2013-20 Risks remain to supply security 2012 WAP = USD 2.17/dose (-40% vs 2006)

Stakeholder Action Plan

Optimize allocations Support NRAs Supply continuity Encourage new entrants Optimize presentation mix access to vaccination A seminar on accelerating 14 October 2013


GAVI’s co-financing policy: country ownership and steps to sustainability  Country groupings:  Low-income countries (<US$ 1,025 per capita GNI) pay US$ 0.20 per dose  Intermediate countries (US$ 1,025–US$ 1,550) increase copayments by 15% per year  Graduating countries (>US$ 1,550) increase payments steadily to reach sustainability after five years

A seminar on accelerating access to vaccination 14 October 2013


How the co-financing policy works

Source: GAVI Alliance 2013

A seminar on accelerating access to vaccination 14 October 2013


Fiscal space not the main bottleneck to sustain vaccines post-GAVI 2.00% 1.80%

Timor-Leste

Percentage of Govt. health expenditure

1.60% 1.40%

Congo Rep. 1.20% 1.00%

Angola

0.80% 0.60% 0.40% 0.20% 0.00% 2012

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2015

2016

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Source: GAVI Secretariat with data from GAVI Strategic Demand Forecast; IMF; NHA. See Health Affairs June 2011

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2019

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Thank you

GAVI/2011/Ed Harris

A seminar on accelerating access to vaccination 14 October 2013


Tiered pricing

Source: GAVI Alliance, 2012

A seminar on accelerating access to vaccination 14 October 2013


Co-financing: countries fulfilling commitments

Source: GAVI Alliance data as of 1 September 2013

A seminar on accelerating access to vaccination 14 October 2013


Pentavalent Tender

A seminar on accelerating access to vaccination 14 October 2013

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