Diana Kizza, a Health Economist, is the Sustainable Immunization Financing Program (SIF) Senior Program Officer for the Sabin Vaccine Institute program in the Eastern African countries of Ethiopia, Kenya and Uganda.

A second news article covering the two-day SIF-sponsored July 15-16 event, the "Second Sub-regional Symposium for Parliamentarians on Sustainable Immunization Financing” from Sri Lanka's 'Daily News' was published today, giving highlights of the event:

A Sri Lankan news publication just published an article covering the jointly sponsored event by both the Sri Lankan Health Ministry and the Sabin Vaccine Institute, taking place both today and tomorrow in Colombo.

As we drill down to find the best routes to sustainable immunization financing, three seem particularly promising: budget reform, decentralization and democratization.

Jonas Mbwangue, a public policy specialist, joined the Sabin Vaccine Institute's Sustainable Immunization Financing program in  September of 08'.  Since he joined the program, Jonas Mbwangue has been working hard on sustainable immunization financing initiatives in his three program countri

On May 10, 2010, SIF Program Director, Mike McQuestion and Senior Program Officer, Cliff Kamara, were invited to join the show "Lunchtime" on SLBC Sierra Leone television. Interviewed by host Mr.

On June 16, 2010, The Rising Nepal featured a story describing SIF Sabin's sponsored colloquium, "Countdown to 2015 and Sustainable Immunization Financing: Role of

The World Health Organization issued a media advisory covering SIF Sabin's second parliament briefing in the Democratic Republic of Congo on June 16, 2010, in Kinshasa.

Devendra Prasad Gnawali is Sabin Vaccine Institute’s Sustainable Immunization Financing program's Senior Program Officer representing Asian countries: Nepal, Sri Lanaka and Cambodia. With a PhD in health economics from Heidelberg University, Germany; an M.Sc.

Helene Mambu-Ma-Disu is the SIF Senior Program Officer  for Madagascar, Rwanda and her home country, DR Congo. All three countries are either post conflict or still in conflict, some are doing much better than the others but all three remain donor dependent.

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