New ways for financing vaccination in Indonesia
Belinda Chng, Lena Sun, Jarir At Thobari
Milken Institute Asia
PREMIUM During autumn last year, the World Health Organization (WHO) announced that a vaccine to prevent dengue fever was available for people across the world aged 9 to 16 years old. This should have been exceptionally welcome news in Indonesia, where dengue has affected more than 120,000 people at a cost of roughly US$323 million annually, according to the Indonesian Technical Advisory Group on Im...
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