MOMENTUM Immunization in Focus is designed to keep busy public health professionals abreast of developments in the immunization world. Each issue focuses on an important topic or topics that may affect USAID missions, projects, and country partners.

The Measles and Rubella Bulletin is a monthly publication reporting progress towards achieving measles and rubella elimination in the Western Pacific Region. Inside each issue, we present the latest reported data by country on measles and rubella incidence, surveillance performance, and laboratory test results including genotyping.

JSI works to create and strengthen sustainable systems that enable people of all ages to receive vaccines through local providers as part of a comprehensive health care program.

This newsletter is a quarterly update on JSI's immunization work.

The Global NITAG Network (GNN) is a global platform that helps foster collaborations, sharing of experiences and knowledge exchange among NITAGs across all regions. The GNN monthly updates include the latest recommendations issued by NITAGs as well as policy guidance from SAGE.

Yellow fever is not a new disease, but one that continues to affect countries in Africa and the Americas. Recent urban outbreaks in 2016 demonstrated that despite the advances in immunization activities, challenges remain in ending epidemics. A new strategy was developed to address these needs: Eliminate Yellow Fever Epidemics (EYE).

The Weekly Epidemiological Record (WER) from WHO serves as an essential instrument for the rapid and accurate dissemination of epidemiological information on cases and outbreaks of diseases under the International Health Regulations and on other communicable diseases of public health importance, including emerging or re-emerging infections.

This CDC Newsletter, published monthly, is provided to national health care provider and consumer groups for distribution to their members and constituencies. 

Led by PATH and funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, the BID Initiative is grounded in the belief that better data, plus better decisions, will lead to better health outcomes. It was designed in partnership with countries to enhance overall health service delivery through improved data collection, quality, and use.

PtD is the global leader in human resources (HR) for supply chain management (SCM). It does this by advocating for a systematic approach to HR for SCM and for interventions that improve the demand and supply of qualified health supply chain professionals.