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New PQS Configurations ready on all Fridge-tags The WHO PQS Standard TR06.4 defines three types of standard configurations of 30DTR: Type 1: Capable to monitor and programmed with alarm settings suitable for monitoring vaccine refrigerators at +2 to +8°C. Type 2: Capable to monitor and programm...

PATH is seeking to understand the impact of COVID-19 vaccine rollout on routine immunization systems, focusing on learnings from several countries in Africa and Asia. We are inviting the following individuals to complete a survey about their experience with COVID-19 vaccine rollout: Individuals w...
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Join the Boost Community for an upcoming Bright Spots live engagement on Wednesday, November 3 at 1:00 PM GMT, featuring Ajai Kumar, Team Lead for Strategic Communications with the Immunization Technical Support Unit in New Delhi, India, and Sandeepa Kumari, an Auxillary Nurse Midwife (ANM) in the...

We’re delighted to share a newly developed set of paper-based recording and reporting tools to support Covid-19 vaccine delivery. Since Covid-19 vaccines have been rolled out at record speed in most countries, immunization programmes have had to quickly adapt or develop monitoring systems and tools...

Dear Fridge-tag users, We are happy to announce that the Fridge-tag is the first 30 DTR that have been validated by the makers of the Varo app to be fully compatible with the free Varo mobile application. The Varo app allows any Fridge-tag user to easily share details about the cold chain performa...

Be sure to join Boost and John Snow, Inc. on Wednesday, May 26 from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM GMT (check local time) for Session 3 - Improving Foundational Skills to Build a More Resilient Immunization System of the Reaching Every District Using Quality Improvement Methods (...

Dear Technet community, I wanted to provide everyone with an update regarding available information resources on the Varo Android app as well as a separate software tool called Pogo LT that works with Varo to provide aggregated performance summaries. The Varo Android application is a free tool tha...

Dear All, USAID is partnering with Digital Square to assess how governments and investors can harness existing digital tools and platforms to efficiently support response efforts in the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, including supporting vaccine planning, distribution and monitoring.  We nee...
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The BID Initiative is launching a new scope of work that examines common immunization program barriers and the ways in which electronic immunization registries (EIRs) can solve for them. A BID analytics team comprised of PATH staff collaborating across the U.S. and country offices are using individu...

Policy vs Practice: Two modes that reflect decision-making in the Kenyan health system July 16, 2020, 9:30 a.m. EST / 3:30 p.m. CEST (Geneva) REGISTER HERE:  https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_9e9WYt-5T8Sf_mWr_eSYcg Join JSI and Sonder Design Collective for a third in a series of mini ...
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You are invited to join an upcoming webinar: Re-framing how we think about decision-making: 3 lessons from healthcare workers and managers in Kenya June 18, 2020, 9:30 a.m. EST / 3:30 p.m. GMT REGISTER HERE:  https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_PJf7_O9KThKeLUWWKl-kOA  Join JSI and...
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As technology has become cheaper and more accessible, countries are adopting digital health interventions to improve the provision of and demand for health services. These interventions are complex and require strong coordination and support across different health system levels and government depar...

For an annual cost of between US$3.30 to $3.81 per child under the age of one, health workers in Tanzania can benefit from the better data and time savings made possible by an electronic immunization registry (EIR). In Zambia, these benefits cost US$8.46 per child under the age of one. That higher n...

The aim of this webinar is to encourage and support effective communication of data related to vaccine-preventable diseases, vaccines and immunization. The presenters will provide suggestions and insights for developing targeted data visualizations (graphs, charts, icons, infographics or other forma...

Dear Colleagues,  Digital Square is pleased to invite you to a webinar on Thursday, February 27 at 9AM Eastern U.S. time (see your timezone here: https://tinyurl.com/DSSWebinar ) to discuss the potential role of Decision Support Systems (DSS) in public health supply chains. Please register f...

Please join the PATH Introducing Digital Immunization information systems: Exchange and Learning from Vietnam (IDEAL-Vietnam) project for a webinar on scaling-up electronic immunization information systems. The webinar will take place on Thursday, February 27th at 1pm CET. During the webinar the pr...

Vaccine Purchase Data Note for Countries (2019): provides an overview of 2018 vaccine purchase data (including vaccine products and vaccine prices) as reported by countries in the WHO/UNICEF Joint Reporting Form (JRF). The complete database is also available on the WHO Website. This dataset pr...

Many people depend on data related to vaccines and vaccine-preventable diseases to guide their decisions, from setting health system budgets to choosing whether to vaccinate their children. Those who compile and analyse data work hard to ensure the timeliness, accuracy and consistency of the numbers...

Dear TechNet community, Poor power conditions are a major challenge to maintaining the vaccine cold chain in many LMICs, necessitating the development of specialized CCE such as ILRs and SDD refrigerators to help keep vaccines at safe temperatures in areas with limited or no mains power.  Even...
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New materials are available on the "Coverage Surveys" page of TechNet-21 (https://www.technet-21.org/en/topics/vaccination-coverage-surveys) on the "17 Steps to do a Coverage Survey". This collection contains a series of documents & presentations outlining the basic steps of a vaccination coverage ...
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