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Nationally representative household survey that provides data for wide range of monitoring and impact evaluation indicators in the areas of population, health and nutrition.

The WHO website provides a list of certain diseases for which vaccines are available, and a list of some pathogens for which vaccines and/or monoclonal antibodies (mAbs) are in development. For each disease or pathogen, a link is provided to a...

The Consortium aims to deliver a more sustainable, efficent, and transparent approach to generating disease burden and vaccine impact estimates. It works on aggregating the estimates across a protfolio of 12 vaccine-preventable diseases and further...

From paper to e-records: Vietnam's electronic immunization registry- how a pilot idea grew into the National Immunization Information System

This factsheet details PATH's decade long support for the development of a National Immunization Information System (NIIS), from pilot to scale up, and the current Introducing Digital Immunization information systems - Exchange And Learning from...

This document is designed to supplement the sample design, sample selection and sample size determination guidance provided by the World Health Organization (WHO) documents, “Immunization Cluster Survey Reference Manual” (WHO, 2005) and...

Countries’ interest in a hepatitis B vaccine licensed for the controlled temperature chain; survey results from African and Western Pacific regions

BACKGROUND: The prevalence of hepatitis B (HBV) carriage in Mongolia is reported to be 14%. Universal HBV immunization of newborns has been shown to decrease carriage in Asian populations. Mongolia began universal newborn vaccination in 1991. This...

A low rate of seroconversion to hepatitis B vaccine is reported. This occurred in healthy hospital employees from two separate institutions. A total of 236 individuals were evaluated in this study and only 53% or 124 persons developed protective...

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THE SCAR – AM I “IMMUNOGENIC” OR “ULCEROGENIC”??

June 13th 2018

Dear all Generally both parents and beneficiaries feel just pushing the vaccine will result in immunization. To maintain the quality of service, CDC has set 8 rights to be observed before /

  • Disease: Hepatitis B
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    Summary Tables of WHO Routine Immunization Recommendations have been updated

    April 17th 2018

    The Summary Tables of WHO Routine Immunization Recommendations have been updated. The latest versions (April 2018) of the Summary Tables (available in both FRENCH and ENGLISH) can

  • Organisation: WHO
  • Disease: Polio Hepatitis B Typhoid Measles Diphtheria Cholera
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    Promoting HEP B birth dose coverage

    September 03rd 2017

    Dear viewers We wish to share the original article -- “Study on Hepatitis B Birth dose Vaccination Coverage, Promoting the same in a Private Rural Medical College”. Though Viral

  • Disease: Hepatitis B
  • Coverage monitoring
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    “VaccineSafe” Vs Conventional Ice-Lined Refrigerator (ILR).

    May 11th 2017

    Dear viewers - sharing the following for needful Universally it is very well known that vaccination is one of the most cost effective public health programme from control to eradication of

  • Country: India
  • Disease: Varicella Typhoid Influenza Hepatitis B Hepatitis A
  • Refrigerator / freezer Wastage
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    Manoor Sub-Centre (SC) – beyond 2020: A template for replication:

    December 21st 2016

    Dear viewers Manoor is a SC of Community Health Centre (CHC) Kota of Udupi Taluk and district of Karnataka state. What the country wants to achieve by 2020 is already achieved and sustained. Udupi

  • Disease: Hepatitis B Measles
  • Coverage monitoring
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    Strategic Advisory Group of Experts (SAGE) on Immunization October 2016 meeting report

    December 05th 2016

    The SAGE October 2016 meeting report has been published in the WHO Weekly Epidemiological Record. SAGE reviewed relevant data and evidence, advised and made recommendations on various complex and c

  • Organisation: Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP) Strategic Advisory Group of Experts on Immunization (SAGE)
  • Disease: Polio Hepatitis B Tetanus Yellow fever Rubella Measles Human papillomavirus
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    Global routine vaccination coverage, 2015 - Published last week

    November 22nd 2016

    Recentry published in MMWR: http://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/65/wr/mm6545a5.htm and WER:

  • Organisation: UNICEF WHO
  • Disease: Tetanus Rubella Rotavirus Pertussis Measles Influenza Haemophilus influenzae Hepatitis B Diphtheria Polio HIB
  • Coverage monitoring
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    The burden of proof -- refocusing on documented evidence of vaccination history in coverage surveys

    October 26th 2016

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  • Country: Sao Tome And Principe Rwanda Nigeria Niger Gambia Ethiopia Congo Chad
  • Disease: Yellow fever Tetanus Rotavirus Pertussis Measles Influenza Haemophilus influenzae Hepatitis B Diphtheria Polio HIB
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    New "Vaccine" article: Hepatitis B vaccine stored outside the cold chain setting: a pilot study in rural Lao PDR

    May 25th 2016

    Great study on off-label use of HepB vaccine out of the cold chain and how this help raise HepB birth dose coverage by almost 30% without any safety or adverse reaction reported.It does feel

  • Disease: Hepatitis B
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    WHO Information Bulletin on DTwP-HepB-Hib in a compact pre-filled autodisable injection technology

    March 17th 2015

    Dear Colleagues : Please find attached an information bulletin which announces the recent WHO pre-qualification of DTwP-HepB-Hib vaccine available in a compact, pre-filled auto-disable injection te

  • Organisation: WHO
  • Disease: Tetanus Influenza Haemophilus influenzae Hepatitis B HIB
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