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Ann Burton, Hajar Samaha, Islam Ahmed
This is the presentation of the fifth session of the 'Learning Collective Initiative’ in Covid 19 Vaccine Delivery Partnership (CoVDP) webinar series.
Nassor Mohamed, Khawaja Aftab Ahmed, Ijeoma Agbo
Communities missed by immunisation in urban areas tend to be marginalized in slums and often lack access to any other basic services. Although overall routine coverage is higher in urban...
Rie Takesue, Dr. Abdul Jabbar, George Mwinnyaa
Well trained and motivated human resources for health (HRH) is a fundament for good quality immunization services. Many countries struggle with HRH challenges including low pay, lack of incentives...
Sangwe Clovis Nchinjoh, Mukhtar Abdi Shube, Muhammad Farid, Lisa Oot
Agenda - A cost-effective approach to map clusters of zero dose children in Cameroon: QGIS analysis (Dr. Nchinjoh Sangwe Clovis, Associate Cameroon Vaccines Program, Clinton Health Access...
Somalia
Somalia_Vaccination Intra-Action Review (IAR) Report,Somalia_Vaccination Intra-Action Review (IAR) Report
Sara Al-Dahir, Enrique Paz, Carrie Nielsen, June Ojukwu
The Zero-Dose Children Webinar series will build understanding of how to reach key populations which are missed by immunisation and other basic health services including communities residing in poor...
World Health Organization (WHO)
Somalia: Analysis of country COVID-19 response, identifying best practices and crucial gaps to factor into future response plans,Somalia: Analysis of country COVID-19 response, identifying best...
World Health Organization (WHO)
Syria: Analysis of country COVID-19 response, identifying best practices and crucial gaps to factor into future response plans,Syria: Analysis of country COVID-19 response, identifying best practices...
Alice Wimmer, International Organization for Migration
Afghanistan: Reflections from the IOM on the successes and challenges of COVID-19 vaccination among migrants and mobile populations
Muhammad Faisal Khalil​
Pakistan: Lessons on use of vaccination-related restrictions to generate demand for Covid-19 vaccine
UNICEF
Yemen: efforts to sustain routine immunization in all its aspects supported by the COVID-19 context
Syrian Arab Red Crescent
Syria: Bringing the service closer to communities and reducing vaccine hesitancy
Multiple Partners
Afghanistan: Vaccination in humanitarian and emergency settings, including migrants and internally displaced populations. Presented at Implementers Forum
Kyaw Kan Kaung, Netnapis Suchonwanich, William Musubire, Douglas Mukwaya, Jeff Sanderson
Country innovations: Fixing the basics by strengthening vaccine management policies and practices
PATH, Rostropovich-Vishnevskaya Foundation, Palestinian Ministry of Health
La vaccination antirotavirus en Palestine a considérablement fait diminuer la charge de morbidité que représente la diarrhée chez les enfants, et ses bénéfices ont été renforcés par un...
World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF
The intention of this case study is to reframe the continuous improvement plan (cIP) as a roadmap of action rather than a follow-up step to an Effective Vaccine Management (EVM) assessment, using...
World Health Organization (WHO), UNICEF
How the Effective Vaccine Management (EVM) assessment tool was used to improve immunization supply chains in Indonesia, Kenya, Lebanon, Nepal, Nigeria and Syria
Abdul Mateen Husainkhil, Alex Mbyalu, Bonaventura Nestory, Dr Mohammed Wazir Sadiqi, Jacobus Schoevers, Jalia Nanfuka, Nwajide Chidiebele Ifeoma, Ranjit Dhiman
With the expansion the vaccine cold chain network and infrastructure, the ability to monitor equipment performance, procure appropriate equipment, maintain this equipment is vital to ensure safety of...
Cindy Chiu de Vázquez, Jenny Walldorf
This is the consolidated questions and answers from the Mini-cPIE Clinic #03: Country Experience Sharing and Lessons Learned from Fragile States/ Humanitarian Contexts, which took place on Tuesday,...
Muhammad Usman, Muhammad Suleman Rana, Muhammad Salman, Massab Umair, Aamer Ikram
The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted routine childhood immunization coverage for many vaccine-preventable diseases at the global, regional and national levels. In Pakistan, more than 40 million...
Misbahud Din, Mohammad Ali, Mudassir Khan, Abdul Waris, Sana Ullah, Muhammad Kashif, Sidra Rahman, Muhammad Ali
Like the climate crisis, the COVID-19 pandemic could be regarded as a child-rights crisis because it could have life-threatening impact over children, who need immunization, now and in the long-term....
Mohammed Alsuhaibani, Aqeel Alaqeel
The COVID-19 pandemic is impacting national and international public health. Routine childhood immunization may be adversely affected by COVID-19 mitigation measures. We aimed to identify the...
Abdulkarim A. Alrabiaah, Ahmed H. Alshaer, Stephanie Mae C. Estrella, Kathrine Ann S. Inclan, Hadeel A. Aljammaz, Khalid M. Almoosa, Nawaf F. Alshuraym, Mohamad-Hani A. Temsah, Fahad M. Alsohime, Sara S. Alsubaie, Elham E. Bukhari, Ali M. Somily, Fahad A. Alzamil
The present study was conducted to determine whether theCOVID-19 pandemic control measures have affected vaccine coverage rates at the main university hospital in Saudi Arabia.
Zain Almokhaizeem, Yosor Alqudeimat, Waleed Almansouri, Sayed Alzalzalah, Saba Altamimi, Heba Alfouzan, Deema Alenezi, Bedour AlHajri, Ali H. Ziyab
This letter reports results of an online survey disseminated to adults living in Kuwait between August 26 and September 1, 2020. The survey collected information on parents’ willingness to...
Cindy Chiu de Vázquez, Jenny Walldorf
This is the pdf slides from the Mini-cPIE Clinic #03: Country Experience Sharing and Lessons Learned from Fragile States/ Humanitarian Contexts, which took place on Tuesday, 12 October 2021. This...
Palestinian Ministry of Health, Rostropovich-Vishnevskaya Foundation, PATH
Rotavirus vaccination in Palestine has significantly reduced the burden of diarrhea among children, and the benefits were sustained through a vaccine product switch. In 2018, the Palestinian...
Nabila Chekhlabi, Raja Arrab, Said Ettair, Nouzha Dini
no one can deny that vaccination against several serious diseases in the world, and particularly in Morocco, has given very satisfactory protective results. The extension of the COVID-19 pandemic in...
Nabila Chekhlabi, Raja Arrab, Said Ettair, Nouzha Dini
Introduction nul ne peut nier les résultats protecteurs satisfaisants de la vaccination contre plusieurs maladies graves dans le monde et particulièrement au Maroc. L´extension de la pandémie...
Ziad Mansour, Jinan Arab, Racha Said, Alissar Rady, Randa Hamadeh, Bernard Gerbaka, Abdul Rahman Bizri
Introduction: The global abrupt progression of the COVID-19 pandemic may disrupt critical life-saving services such as routine immunization (RI), thus increasing the susceptibility of countries...
Ranjit Dhiman
Pleased to share the report and PowerPoint presentation on temperature monitoring study of Afghanistan done in 2019 and 2020 over two seasons of summer and winter.
Subhash Chandir, Danya Arif Siddiqi, Mariam Mehmood, Hamidreza Setayesh, Muhammad Siddique, Amna Mirza, Riswana Soundardjee, Vijay Kumar Dharma, et al.
COVID-19 pandemic has affected routine immunization globally. Impact will likely be higher in low and middle-income countries with limited healthcare resources and fragile health systems. We...
Subhash Chandir, Danya Arif Siddiqi, Hamidreza Setayesh, Aamir Javed Khan
We compared the ZM EIR data from Karachi in the 6 months before the COVID-19 lockdown (Sept 23, 2019–March 22, 2020) with those from the first 6 weeks of the lockdown period (March 23–May 9,...
Catherine Daly
A large-scale vaccination campaign using needle-free jet injectors in 2019 is described, including data on the acceptability of jet injectors by vaccinators and caregivers
World Health Organization (WHO), PATH
wVSSM is an open-source web application for managing vaccine stock and related supplies. It was developed in Iran with support from WHO and Project Optimize. In November 2011, wVSSM was deployed by...
MoH Pakistan
کرونا وائرس سے ہونے والی بیماری سے بچاؤ اور ہمارے جوابی اقدامات فرنٹ لائن ورکرز کے لئے تعارفی سیشن
CHAI, JSI, VillageReach
Synthesis report covering a cross-country analysis of data review teams interventions carried out by CHAI, John Snow, Inc., and VillageReach. Surfaces three principles and eight recommendations for...
VillageReach
VillageReach describes how the supply chain design process provides a good opportunity to investigate and address potential inequities. VillageReach documented its framework to help identify...
Home-based record for State of Palestine circa 2007. This document was part of a pilot introduction project. State of Palestine is not a Member State of the World Health Assembly at the time of the...
Home-based record for State of Palestine circa 2007. This document was part of a pilot introduction. State of Palestine is not a Member State of the World Health Assembly at the time of the upload of...
Home-based record for State of Palestine circa 2014. State of Palestine is not a Member State of the World Health Assembly at the time of the upload of this document and is assigned to the region...
Home-based record for State of Palestine circa 2012. State of Palestine is not a Member State of the World Health Assembly at the time of the upload of this document and is assigned to the region...
Chowdhury M, Sarker A, KlasGoran S
An external evaluation of Data Quality, Operational Cost and Efficiency. Considering the shortages of health workers and workload in Afghanistan, the paper-based system is often burdensome,...
Thaer EM, Mazin Gh Alrubaeu
Health information systems in most countries are inadequate in providing the needed management support and the current health information systems are therefore widely seen as management obstacles...
Imtiaz Hussain et al.
Background: Afghanistan is one of the remaining wild-poliovirus (WPV) endemic countries. We conducted a seroprevalence survey of anti-poliovirus antibodies in Kandahar Province. Methods: Children in...
Hafsa Imran et al.
Background: Within Pakistan, estimates of vaccination coverage with the pentavalent vaccine, oral polio vaccine (OPV) and measles vaccine (MV) in 2011 were reported to be 74%, 75% and 53%,...
Michel Zaffran et al.
The global effort to eradicate poliomyelitis has reduced the incidence of cases caused by wild poliovirus by more than 99% since its launch in 1988, from 350 000 annual cases in 125 endemic...
Sunil Bahl et al.
In 1988, the World Health Assembly resolved to eradicate poliomyelitis by the year 2000. Although substantial progress was achieved by 2000, global polio eradication proved elusive. In India, the...
Mbaeyi C et al.
BACKGROUND: The Basic Package of Health Services (BPHS) program has increased access to immunization services for children living in rural Afghanistan. However, multiple surveys have indicated...
Kathleen M O\'Reilly
The goal of polio eradication is edging ever closer to reality. There is much to celebrate; data from Nigeria suggest limited transmission of wild-type and vaccine-derived polio virus in the northern...
Gillian K SteelFisher et al.
Background: Eradication of poliovirus from endemic countries relies on vaccination of children with oral polio vaccine (OPV) many times a year until the age of 5 years. We aimed to determine...
Home-based record (HBR) for State of Palestine circa 2016. State of Palestine is not a Member State of the World Health Assembly at the time of the upload of this document and is assigned to the...
Home-based record (HBR) for Iran (Islamic Republic of) circa 2009 (female)