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The CVIC tool is the WHO-UNICEF tool designed to assist countries in the process of planning and costing COVID-19 vaccination. The aim of this course is to demonstrate the use of the CVIC tool. The course is targeting national programme managers and personnel who have been involved in the costing, budgeting or financing processes of COVID-19 vaccine delivery in a country.
For this course, you will need to download the latest version of the CVIC tool. Please submit your contact through a quick ‘download tracker’ so that you can be informed when updates of the tool are available. This course is based on CVIC tool version 2.2. The latest version 2.3 does not have significant differences, so this course is still valid and could provide you an overview of the use of the tool.
Please contact CVICosting@who.int if you have any questions about the tool.
These materials were launched on 19/07/2021. As the scientific evidence and technical guidance regarding COVID-19 are constantly evolving, please refer to https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019 for the latest updates.
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Overview: The CVIC tool provides a structured and comprehensive estimation of incremental operational and selected capital costs of introducing and deploying COVID-19 vaccines. This course aims to provide a detailed demonstration of the use of CVIC tool and outline how outputs could be obtained and interpreted from the tool. This course is targeting national programme managers and personnel who have been involved in the costing, budgeting or financing processes of COVID-19 vaccine delivery in a country.
Learning objectives: By the end of this course, you should be able to:
Course duration: 1.5 hour.
Certificates: A Confirmation of participation will be available to participants who complete at least 80% of the course material.