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Project ID:00099916Description:MCA3 #57 GIN VACCINATION COHOR
Fund:
Ebola Response MPTF
Start Date *: 5 Apr 2016
Theme:
SO2 TREAT the infected
End Date*: 31 Mar 2017
Country: Guinea Project Status: Operationally Closed
  Participating Organization:   WHO - World Health Organization
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MPTF has already funded Phase A of this study for the initial recruitment phase. This proposal is for funding Phase B of the study to ensure implementation and analysis. This study is designed to test the effectiveness of a vaccination program in preventing the transmission of Ebola from survivors to close contacts. It will determine the effect of natural seropositivity on the immunogenicity and safety of the VSV-ZEBOV vaccine. The funding of MPTF will enable this study to continue through to the end of 2016 at the request of the Government of Guinea and to undertake full analysis and final publication of results by March 2017.

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If you have questions about this programme you may wish to contact the RC office in Guinea or the lead agency for the programme. The MPTF Office Portfolio Manager (or Country Director with Delegation of Authority) for this programme:

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