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Table 4 Financial Costs of Introducing HPV Vaccine in Tanzania, 2011-2015 (2011 US$).

From: A case study using the United Republic of Tanzania: costing nationwide HPV vaccine delivery using the WHO Cervical Cancer Prevention and Control Costing Tool

Activity/Year
Number of regions
2011
3 regions
2012
10 regions
2013
26 regions
2014
26 regions
2015
26 regions
Total
Procurementa 132,880 552,459 963,346 10,162,160 10,491,906 22,302,751
Training b 140,489 203,783 298,912 - - 643,184
Social mobilization and IEC 191,431 472,009 941,007 661,853 668,039 2,934,340
Service Deliveryc 97,907 393,447 754,040 754,040 754,040 2,753,473
M and E, Supervisiond 50,181 97,191 171,731 171,731 171,731 662,564
Othere 72,972 312,303 583,713 602,214 619,534 2,190,735
Totals 685,860 2,031,190 3,712,749 12,351,998 12,705,250 31,487,047
  1. aProcurement includes the cost of vaccines, including shipping, receiving and storage, plus 5% wastage, and buffer stock; btraining includes costs of transport to the meeting venues, supplies, facilitators, hall rentals, and personnel allowances and lodging; cservice delivery includes transport to schools, outreach per diems/allowances for health workers and school teachers, and health workers and school teacher time (for economic costs); dmonitoring and evaluation and supervision include monitoring forms, vaccination cards, transport for supervisory visits, and health worker personnel allowances and lodging; eother includes fuel and transport for waste management. IEC, information, education and communication; M and E, management and evaluation.