The Health Intervention and Technology Assessment Program (HITAP) International Unit (HIU), Thailand was contracted by the World Health Organization to provide technical support to two local Nepalese partners, namely the Center for Molecular Dynamics – Nepal (CMDN) and Nepal Health Economics Association (NHEA), to conduct an economic burden study followed by an economic evaluation study on an economic analyses assessing the cost-effectiveness of introducing seasonal influenza vaccines.
The project aims to provide technical background of the economic burden study to the local partners and to develop tools for data collection and analysis. The local partners are to conduct pilot testing of the tools developed during the workshops with the HIU.
Mission report and data collection tools
Dissemination of Draft WHO Manual
Conduct Preparation meeting, stakeholder consultation meeting and after action review
Two-day health economic evaluation workshop in Kathmandu on seasonal influenza vaccination for pregnant women