Sustainable Immunization Financing Fact Sheet

Immunization is among the simplest, most cost-effective investments a nation can make to secure a healthy workforce, safeguard its population against devastating disease outbreaks and propel its economy into the next stage of development. However, national immunization budgets are currently insufficient to sustain the programs and incorporate new and costlier vaccines. The Sabin Vaccine Institute, through its Sustainable Immunization Financing (SIF) Program, works with country governments to secure long-term domestic financing for these programs.

This post is part of our World Immunization Week blog series. Stay tuned for more blogs highlighting the benefits of immunization and the work Sabin is doing to support immunization programs worldwide. 

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