Several workshops were routinely held in the past and many more will be held in the future also especially to address urban immunization issues. Mission Director of Karnataka, in his inaugural speech expressed his deep apprehension as to whether the workshop will end with feasible solution. Some issues are perpetual look too complicated but very simple solutions are available which can be implemented with adrenaline speed in a sustainable way provided “bottom up approach, local tested innovations” are valued as iterated by GVAP as their 5th and 6th strategic objectives.
Attached example represents lakhs of babies of elite family for whom right vaccines with known potency are either delayed or denied or administered with no known potency, vaccination data are not transferable to HMIS hence do not add to the countries progress. These children are deprived of the luxury of FIC before first birth day and complete immunization before 2nd birth day – 2 of the 4 critical key indicators of Intensified Mission Indradhanush – the most ambitious flagship programme of the country.
But this is a “SOLVABLE PROBLEM”.
Holla n Team