We also consider non-GAVI expanded immunization coverage programs to see if they produce similar results.
|Project||Cost||Real world outcome||Outcome estimates||Economic value in Western terms||Leverage Factor|
|GAVI Alliance expanded and newer immunization work (the primary funder of GAVI Alliance is the Gates Foundation which in 2010 announced $10b over 10 years for vaccines estimated to save 8.7m children's lives)||$10b||8.7m children's lives saved||-||$22t||2,000|
|GAVI Alliance basic immunization (WHO report on GAVI Alliance 2000-2006)||$1.1b||2.3m children's lives saved||-||$6t||5,000|
|Basic immunization in the developing world (Disease Control Priorities Project, pg 401)||$1.17b||3.07m children's lives saved||-||$7.7t||6,000|
|Expanded immunization coverage program (Solutions to the World's Biggest Problems, Bjorn Lomborg, 2007, pp. 325)||$1b/yr||1m child lives/yr||-||$2.5t/yr||2,500|
|Immunization against the six original WHO Expanded Progam on Immunization diseases (Priorities in Healthcare, The World Bank, 2006, pp. 78)||$205/death averted in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia||1 child life saved||-||$2.5m||12,000|
2,000 - 12,000