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SP 6: Supply & Sustainability
6.2

Financial resources for immunization programs

What Does this Indicator Measure?

This indicator measures the proportion of countries whose domestic government and donor expenditure on primary health care increased or remained stable.

How Will Progress be Measured?

Progress will be measured based on the WHO/UNICEF Joint Reporting Form on Immunization (JRF) responses on vaccine expenditures. Progress will be measured based on primary health care spending per capita compared to pre-2020 levels.

Proportion of countries whose domestic government 
and donor expenditure on primary health care 
increased or remained stable—Global

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Declining expenditure level
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Stable expenditure level
= 
Increasing expenditure level

Summary Table

2018-2019
Declining expenditure level42.4%
Stable expenditure level1.7%
Increasing expenditure level55.9%
Definition: Proportion of countries whose current government expenditure level (from domestic and donor funding) on primary health care (PHC) per capita in US$ (constant prices) increased or remained stable since pre-2020 level.
Measurement approach: This indicator is based on the WHO/UNICEF Joint Reporting Form on Immunization (JRF) responses on vaccine expenditures. To monitor growth, proposed methodology is to take the annual growth rates, using constant prices per capita values.
Calculation: Per capita constant US$ PHC expenditure data is calculated using PHC expenditure, divided by population and measured in constant US$ price (converted in 2020 NCU price and then converted into 2020 US$).
Data source: WHO Global Health Expenditure Database (health account data)