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     Big Catch-up Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning
    The Big Catch-up is a global initiative launched in April 2023 to close immunization gaps caused by the backsliding of immunization coverage during the COVID-19 pandemic, restore global immunization levels, and strengthen immunization systems so that catch-up activities become an integral part of immunization programmes. This page brings together Big Catch-up documents including guidance, frequently asked questions (FAQs), and monitoring, evaluation, and learning (MEL) forms and tools. 


    Guidance

    Big Catch-up Information Pack for Regional and Country Teams
    Le Grand Rattrapage : Dossier d'information pour les équipes régionaux et nationaux​
    Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) (EN,FR)
    Monitoring and Reporting of Essential Immunization Catch-up in the Context of the Big Catch-up
    (EN, FR, PT)
    WHO recommendations for interrupted or delayed vaccination (Table 3) 




    Quarterly Monitoring Form & Guidance for countries receiving Gavi support

    Monitoring Form & Guidance (Word ENG)
    Fiche de Suivi & Guide (Word FR)
    Monitoring Form & Guidance (Excel ENG)




    Rapid monitoring

    Rapid Monitoring Action Job Aide
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    Case studies

    BCU Case Study Guideline & Sample Tools
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    Evaluation

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    Guidance 
    Quarterly Monitoring Form for countries receiving Gavi support 
    Rapid Monitoring 
    Case studies
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     Big Catch-up Monitoring Form and Guidance (for countries receiving Gavi support)
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     Le Grand Rattrapage : Dossier d'information pour les équipes régionaux et nationaux​
    Le Grand rattrapage est une initiative mondiale lancée en avril 2023 pour combler les lacunes en matière de vaccination causées par le recul de la couverture vaccinale pendant la pandémie de COVID-19, rétablir les niveaux de vaccination dans le monde et renforcer les systèmes de vaccination de manière à ce que les activités de rattrapage fassent partie intégrante des programmes de vaccination.

    S'appuyant sur les FAQ sur le grand rattrapage, ce document résume les informations essentielles pour les pays à chaque étape de l'élaboration de leurs plans et activités de grand rattrapage :

    1. Comprendre le grand rattrapage​

    2. Développement d'une candidature

    3. Processus d'examen des demandes

    4. Mise en œuvre des activités

    5. Monitorage et rapportage

    Ce document sera mis à jour si nécessaire. Veuillez vérifier que vous consultez la version la plus récente.

    Dernière mise à jour : 7 mars 2024
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    NEW!  WHO resources on Catch-up Vaccination

    1.       Leave No One Behind: Guidance for planning and implementing catch-up vaccination this is a foundational document that covers catch-up vaccination as an essential component of a strong immunization programme, outlining the basic system enablers required to allow and promote catch-up through routine immunization. 

    The guidance consists of two parts:

    a.       Section 1: Principles of catch-up vaccination

    b.       Section 2: Special catch-up vaccination efforts following an interruption of services

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    2.       Closing immunization gaps caused by COVID-19 (PPT) – this resource aims to address the more immediate needs of prioritizing strategies for restarting immunization services and planning mass catch-up activities. This highlights key considerations in the context of Covid-19 for various catch-up strategies and makes reference, where applicable, to more comprehensive resources available.

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    The documents are available on...

    NEW!  WHO resources on Catch-up Vaccination

    1.       Leave No One Behind: Guidance for planning and implementing catch-up vaccination this is a foundational document that covers catch-up vaccination as an essential component of a strong immunization programme, outlining the basic system enablers required to allow and promote catch-up through routine immunization. 

    The guidance consists of two parts:

    a.       Section 1: Principles of catch-up vaccination

    b.       Section 2: Special catch-up vaccination efforts following an interruption of services

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    2.       Closing immunization gaps caused by COVID-19 (PPT) – this resource aims to address the more immediate needs of prioritizing strategies for restarting immunization services and planning mass catch-up activities. This highlights key considerations in the context of Covid-19 for various catch-up strategies and makes reference, where applicable, to more comprehensive resources available.

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    The documents are available on the WHO website and in the TechNet libary

    https://www.who.int/immunization/programmes_systems/policies_strategies/catch-up_vaccination/en/

     

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     Big Catch-Up Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
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  • Stephanie Shendale added a new resource to the Knowledge Hub
     Gender and Immunization
    Why does gender matter for immunization?
    The Immunization Agenda 2030 envisions a world where everyone, everywhere, at every age, fully benefits from vaccines to improve health and well-being. Gender-related barriers and gender inequality can prevent people, both male and female, from getting vaccinated. The goal of gender equity is to ensure that everyone has the same chances and opportunities to access and benefit from immunization services.

    Immunization programmes will only succeed in expanding coverage and equity when gender roles, norms and relations are understood, analyzed and accounted for as part of service planning and delivery.

    Why Gender Matters : IA2030 is a user-friendly resource for everyone engaged in supporting, managing or implementing immunization programmes, and outlines the need for gender mainstreaming across the core principles and strategic priorities of IA2030.

    WHO IVB landing page for Gender and Immunization

    Why Gender Matters for Immunization: Webinar Series


    This webinar series aims to improve awareness and understanding of how gender-related barriers impact immunization and to showcase examples of gender-responsive programming to improve coverage and equity.

    Webinars were delivered in English, with simultaneous French translation.

    Registration closed.

    Webinar 1: Why Gender Matters for Immunization – overview
    Date: Thurs 8 June 2023, 15h-16h

    Presenters:


    Stephanie Shendale, Technical Officer, WHO/IVB
    Shoubo Jalal, Senior Gender Specialist, UNICEF
    Jean Munro, Senior Manager, Gender, GAVI

    Materials:


    EN recording:  https://youtu.be/R_lCbX0tv60 
    FR recording:  https://youtu.be/h_8WeU_l6DI 
    Presentation slides:  https://www.technet-21.org/media/com_resources/trl/16959/multi_upload/Why%20Gender%20Matters%20IA2030%20-%20final%20to%20share.pdf

    Webinar 2: Understanding gender-related barriers to immunization: importance of gender data and analysis
    Date: Thurs 22 June 2023, 15h-16h

    Presenters:


    Stephanie Shendale, Technical Officer, WHO/IVB
    Michela Manna, Consultant, WHO/IVB
    Valentina Bigoni, WHO
    Veronica Kamanga Njikho, UNICEF

    Materials:


    EN recording:  https://youtu.be/P2ELE5T0N1c 
    FR recording:  https://youtu.be/Uii7oPXOYjI 
    Presentation slides:  https://www.technet-21.org/media/com_resources/trl/16971/multi_upload/Why%20Gender%20Matters_webinar%202_22%20June%20CONSOLIDATED.pdf 

    Webinar 3: Gender responsive approaches 1 – Gender responsive actions for the health workforce
    Date: Thurs 6 July 2023 15h-16h

    Presenters:


    Stephanie Shendale, Technical Officer, WHO/IVB
    Michelle McIsaac, WHO
    Laurence Codjia, WHO
    Julianne Birungi, UNICEF

    Materials: 


    EN recording:  https://youtu.be/kIYDYBCBD50 
    FR recording:  https://youtu.be/zJ5Yj0NsEoY
    Presentation slides:  https://www.technet-21.org/media/com_resources/trl/16981/multi_upload/Why%20Gender%20Matters_webinar%203_HWF_consolidated_FINAL.pdf 

    Webinar 4: Gender responsive approaches 2 – Make community engagement and social mobilization gender responsive and transformative
    Date: Thurs 13 July 2023 15h-16h Presenters:


    Stephanie Shendale, Technical Officer, WHO/IVB
    Lisa Menning, WHO
    Ketan Chitnis, UNICEF
    Adelline Twimukye, Infectious Diseases Institute, Uganda

    Materials:


    EN recording:  https://youtu.be/NKw8TbTQteM
    FR recording:  https://youtu.be/D9T7BCEn0to
    Presentation slides:  https://www.technet-21.org/media/com_resources/trl/17001/multi_upload/Why%20Gender%20Matters%20Webinar%204_13July_community%20engagement%20social%20mob.pdf

    Webinar 5: Gender responsive approaches 3 – Engaging with men and promoting a family approach to transform gender norms
    Date: Thurs 20 July 2023 15h-16h

    Presenters:


    Stephanie Shendale, Technical Officer, WHO/IVB
    Shirin Heidari, Senior Gender Advisor, WHO 
    Elizabeth Arlotti-Parish, Principal Technical Advisor, Jhpiego 
    Alia Poonawala, Senior Manager, Private Sector, Gavi 
    Archana Choudhary, Senior Director, GroupM Media India Pvt. Ltd 

    Materials:


    EN recording:  https://youtu.be/KsFY6FlHZgs
    FR recording:  https://youtu.be/7tuuxjaSJgA
    Presentation slides:  https://www.technet-21.org/media/com_resources/trl/17010/multi_upload/Why%20Gender%20Matters_Webinar%205_20%20July_final%20for%20sharing.pdf
    Gavi, Lifebuoy and GroupM's Project Safal Shuruaat program film:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZZB-6VzmXMw 
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  • The WHO Department of Immunization Vaccines and Biologicals (IVB) is pleased to announce an upcoming webinar series Why Gender Matters for Immunization: IA2030

    The Immunization Agenda 2030 envisions a world where everyone, everywhere, at every age, fully benefits from vaccines to improve health and well-being. Gender-related barriers and gender inequality can prevent people, both male and female, from getting vaccinated. The goal of gender equality is to ensure that everyone has the same chances and opportunities to access and benefit from immunization services.

    This webinar series, based on the joint WHO, UNICEF, and Gavi guidance document Why Gender Matters: IA2030, aims to improve awareness and understanding of how gender-related barriers impact immunization and to showcase examples of gender-responsive programming to improve coverage and equity. Through practical examples and best practices from around the world, the series will highlight practical tools and methods to...

    The WHO Department of Immunization Vaccines and Biologicals (IVB) is pleased to announce an upcoming webinar series Why Gender Matters for Immunization: IA2030

    The Immunization Agenda 2030 envisions a world where everyone, everywhere, at every age, fully benefits from vaccines to improve health and well-being. Gender-related barriers and gender inequality can prevent people, both male and female, from getting vaccinated. The goal of gender equality is to ensure that everyone has the same chances and opportunities to access and benefit from immunization services.

    This webinar series, based on the joint WHO, UNICEF, and Gavi guidance document Why Gender Matters: IA2030, aims to improve awareness and understanding of how gender-related barriers impact immunization and to showcase examples of gender-responsive programming to improve coverage and equity. Through practical examples and best practices from around the world, the series will highlight practical tools and methods to integrate a gender perspective into immunization programmes.

    The webinar series will run across 5 sessions, on Thursdays from 15-16h (CEST): 8 June, 22 June, 6 July, 13 July, 20 July. Additional information available in the poster attached.

    Sessions will be in English, with simultaneous translation into French.

    Register here : https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RQ8CSoS_TN6AnG91w_F0-w  

    We hope you can join us and please share this information widely across your networks! 

    Why Gender Matters for Immunization: Webinar series poster English

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    Why Gender Matters for Immunization: Webinar Series!

    This webinar series, based on the joint WHO, UNICEF, and Gavi guidance document Why Gender Matters: IA2030, aims to improve awareness and understanding of how gender-related barriers impact immunization and to showcase examples of gender-responsive programming to improve coverage and equity. Thro...

    This webinar series, based on the joint WHO, UNICEF, and Gavi guidance document Why Gender Matters: IA2030, aims to improve awareness and understanding of how gender-related barriers impact immunization and to showcase examples of gender-responsive programming to improve coverage and equity. Through practical examples and best practices from around the world, the series will highlight practical tools and methods to integrate a gender perspective into immunization programmes. The series will run across 5 sessions, on Thursdays from 15-16h (CEST): 8 June, 22 June, 6 July, 13 July, 20 July. Register here: https://who.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RQ8CSoS_TN6AnG91w_F0-w

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