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Additional Resources

Vaccine-preventable diseases: Signs, symptoms & complications

Health workers can give this fact sheet, developed by the WHO Regional Office for Europe, to parents to help inform them about the risks associated with vaccine-preventable diseases.

WHO recommendations for routine immunization summary tables

This page includes a series of tables that present the WHO recommendations for routine immunization for different groups in the population.

WHO Immunization webpage

As the main hub for immunization for the World Health Organization (WHO), this page includes factsheets, news, publications, technical information, policies, multimedia, and links to regional pages.

Immunization coverage estimates data visualization

Through UNICEF’s WUENIC Analytics web app, it is possible to explore the latest WHO/UNICEF estimates of national immunization coverage (WUENIC).

Immunization Country Profiles

At this site, it is possible to download immunization country profiles for any country which present summaries of the latest data at the country level and by vaccine.

Vaccination & Immunization Statistics - UNICEF Data

A dashboard that contains the latest UNICEF data related on vaccination and immunization worldwide.

Twelve things you didn't know about immunization

A quick overview of twelve key facts on vaccines and the state of vaccination coverage worldwide as of 2016.

Immunization Summary: The 2007 Edition

This reference document presents detailed statistics on the performance of national and local immunization systems for 193 countries and territories, using data through 2005.

Eliminating Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus

Published in 2004, this report presents the challenge of eliminating maternal and neonatal tetanus and the progress made worldwide toward this goal.

Building Trust in Immunization: Partnering with Religious Leaders and Groups

Designed for communication and programme officers and their immunization partners, this workbook provides guidelines on forging alliances on immunization with religious leaders and groups.