Vaccine impact on antimicrobial resistance to inform Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance’s 2018 Vaccine Investment Strategy: report from an expert survey

  25 September 2019

While the rise of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) has been recognised as a major public health problem, the value of vaccines to control AMR is poorly defined. This expert survey was launched with the aim of informing the 2018 Vaccine Investment Strategy through which Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance prioritises future vaccine funding. This exercise focused on both vaccines currently supported by Gavi and under consideration for future funding.

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Author(s): Maya Malarski, Mateusz Hasso-Agopsowicz, Adam Soble, Wilson Mok, Sophie Mathewson, Johan Vekemans
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