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WHO's global page on vaccine safety with links to:
- Global Vaccine Safety
- Global Vaccine Safety Initiative
- Global Advisory Committee on Vaccine Safety
- Reference documents and publications
In 2011, WHO and a group of partners developed a strategic document on vaccine safety called the Global Vaccine Safety Blueprint. This document sets out indicators that aim to ensure that all countries have at least a minimal capacity to ensure vaccine safety.
The Blueprint proposes a strategic plan for strengthening vaccine safety activities globally.
It focuses on building national capacity for vaccine safety in the world’s poorest countries through the coordinated efforts of major stakeholders.