Immunization Agenda 2030 – WHO

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Immunization Agenda 2030 – WHO
As we approach the end of the Decade of Vaccines and with just a couple of years remaining on the Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP 2011-2020) a new global strategy for immunization is needed for the entire health and development community – one that reflects the collective inputs of people, communities, governments, civil society, health professionals, academia, development agencies, and the private sector.

A consortium of immunization stakeholders, together with World Health Organization, took the lead in sketching some ideas on post 2020.

In May 2019, an initial draft (“Draft Zero”) assembling ideas, thoughts and content on a new vision and strategic framework for 2030 was disseminated broadly for public consultation. Over 2800+ specific comments were received from over 250+ stakeholders on the “Draft Zero” – including stakeholders from the global, regional, national and sub-national levels.

“Draft One” incorporates this stakeholder feedback and is now available for a consultations up until August 5. Over the course of July, consultations will be held with country stakeholders to get in-depth feedback and finalize the document.

The final document will be submitted to SAGE for review in October 2019, and will be endorsed by WHO Member States at the 73rd World Health Assembly in May 2020.
Draft one:
English pdf, 1.05Mb
French pdf, 1.24Mb
Spanish pdf, 1.04Mb

To ensure the inputs and voices of everyone is heard, we encourage everyone to review the document and share comments and feedback no later than August 5, 2019 by email to: immunizationagenda2030@who.int