Communication Handbook for Polio Eradication and Routine EPI
Developed by UNICEF and WHO, this comprehensive reference tool is intended to help program officers learn about, design, and implement effective research-driven communication programs This comprehensive reference tool is intended to help program officers learn
The Case for Childhood Immunization
This paper, from the Children's Vaccine Program at Path, provides an overview of how immunization saves the lives of millions of children every year, can eradicate diseases and provide numerous other benefits.
An e-newsletter about our work in vaccine uptake and access, Immunization Matters provides updates from PATH’s Center for Vaccine Innovation and Access
Putting an end to epidemic meningitis in Africa
This fact sheet describes the efforts to eliminate meningococcal meningitis epidemics from Africa, once and for all.
Immunizing Children Against Hepatitis B: A Training Module for Doctors, Nurses, and Other Immunization Providers
This training module, developed by PATH, was developed to provide a basic structure and essential content for a training session to educate vaccinators about hepatitis B, equip them with the skills to safely administer the hepatitis B vaccine, and prepare them
Bottlenecks and Breakthroughs: Lessons Learned from New Vaccine Introductions in Low-resource Countries, 2008 to 2013
From 2008 to 2013, the Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP) provided in-depth technical assistance on the operational aspects of the introduction of 15 new vaccines in 10 GAVI-eligible countries; this represented 14% of all GAVI-supported introd
ARISE Project Notes from the Field: Bringing Immunization Closer to Communities: Community-Centered Health Workers
The Africa Routine Immunization Essentials (ARISE) project aimed to identify and document promising interventions leading to improved and sustained routine immunization system performance in sub-Saharan Africa.
Implementing the Reaching Every Distrct Approach: A Guide for District Health Management
In 2002, WHO and its partners developed the Reaching Every District (RED)approach to increasing and sustaining high levels of routine immunisation.
Strengthening Immunization Programs: The Communication Component
This document provides an overview of the key elements of immunization communication that are needed for immunization programs in developing countries.
Saving Newborn Lives Tools for Newborn Health: Communication for Immunization Campaigns for Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus Elimination, A Guide to Mobilizing Demand and Increasing Coverage
The purpose of this guide is to describe how to design and carry out a social mobilization program to create demand and increase participation during immunization campaigns and routine immunizations, and thereby improve the health of communities in developing c