Global routine immunization strategies and practices (GRISP)
The purpose of GRISP is to reassert routine immunization as the foundation for sustained decreases in morbidity and mortality from vaccine-preventable diseases across the life-cycle of all individuals. Its objectives are: ◆ to contribute to country efforts towards sustained routine immunization programmes; ◆ to set global priorities in the attainment of immunization for all persons targeted; ◆ to ensure global, regional and country coordination among immunization partners and stakeholders in routine immunization activities and plans; ◆ to align new vaccine introduction, accelerated disease control and prevention and programme monitoring activities with a joint goal of routine immunization programme support, both in relation to coverage improvement and system strengthening efforts.
|Disease||Diphtheria , Haemophilus influenzae , Measles , Mumps , Pertussis , Pneumococcal disease , Poliomyelitis , Rotavirus , Rubella , Tetanus|
|Added on||8 March 2016 10:39:49|
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