In Argentina, the National Technical Advisory Group on Immunizations is represented by the National Immunization Commission (CoNaIn), an organization created by the Ministry of Health in 2000. Recently, the Argentine government has decided to prioritize vaccination as a state policy, emphasizing this strategy as a sign of social equity so CoNaIn was restructured to increase its capacity to formulate sound and evidence-based recommendations. The commission shall consist of a group of immunization experts, representatives of scientific societies, the immunization program and the Ministry of Health. Its functions include the formulation of recommendations on the introduction of vaccines into the immunization program. The recommendations are based on technical, programmatic and social criteria. This decision-making process transparent with the support and advice of experts and scientific societies and guided by available evidence decisions help strengthen the Ministry of Health immunization policy generating greater confidence and support from the population and health professionals.

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