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Beyond the Covid-19 Emergency: Sustaining and Expanding Vaccine Equity

The Rockefeller Foundation’s Equity Advisory Council was a group of 13 public health and equity experts representing diverse communities who were convened by The Foundation to assess the state of vaccine equity and informed Equity-First Vaccination Initiative (EVI) programming. Combining data, community knowledge, and learnings from the EVI, the council gained a nuanced understanding of how complex, systemic drivers of inequity played out in vaccination efforts, and where and how community leadership was able to break the cycles of inequity.

The Council provides 20 evidence-based recommendations that grew out of the basic understanding that vaccine equity starts at the community level and that efforts to build vaccine confidence and demand need to be prioritized as much as efforts to create vaccine supply.

The Council’s recommendations, alongside other in-depth readouts from the Rockefeller Foundation’s Equity-First Vaccination Initiative, serve as a roadmap for how to build vaccine and health equity into public health consistently, healthcare and civic society responses broadly – and why we must do so.

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    Beyond the Covid-19 Emergency: Sustaining and Expanding Vaccine Equity

    The Rockefeller Foundation’s Equity Advisory Council was a group of 13 public health and equity experts representing diverse communities who were convened by The Foundation to assess the state of vaccine equity and informed Equity-First Vaccination Initiative (EVI) programming. Combining data, community knowledge, and learnings from the EVI, the council gained a nuanced understanding of […]
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