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South-East Asia regional vaccine action plan 2016-2020

World Health Organization (WHO), Regional Office for South-East Asia, (2018)

The current SEARVAP (South-East Asia regional vaccine action plan) describes a set of regional goals and objectives for immunization and control of vaccine-preventable diseases for 2016 – 2020 and highlights priority actions, targets and indicators that address the specific needs and challenges of countries in the Region.

Business case for WHO immunization activities on the African continent 2018-2030

World Health Organization (WHO), (2018)

The Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP) 2011-2020, endorsed by Member States during the May 2012 World Health Assembly, has set ambitious targets to improve access to immunization and tackle vaccine-preventable diseases. This responsibility has been translated into firm commitments in February 2016, through the signature of the Addis Declaration on Immunization (ADI) by African Ministers and subsequently endorsed by the Heads of States from across Africa at the 28th African Union Summit held in January 2017. This commitment from the highest level of government comes as a catalyst to immunization efforts on the continent to deliver on the promise of universal immunization

African vaccination week (AVW) 2018 Toolkit

World Health Organization, Regional Office for Africa (WHO AFRO), (2018)

you can find branded materials including immunization backgrounders, posters, social media posts and more to amplify your existing activities and facilitate any communications for the week. Please feel free to tailor and adapt materials to meet specific country

Guide de la Semaine africaine de la vaccination 2018 (SAV) toolkit

Organisation mondiale de la Santé , Bureau régional de l’Afrique (OMS/AFRO), (2018)

Vous trouverez dans les pages suivantes de la documentation promotionnelle, y compris les documents d’informations, les affiches, les messages postés sur les réseaux sociaux et les autres ressources sur la vaccination, qui vous permettront de densifier les activités en cours et de faciliter les communications au cours de la semaine. N’hésitez pas à personnaliser et adapter la documentation aux besoins spécifiques de votre pays.

Atteindre chaque district (ACD)

Organisation mondiale de la Santé (OMS), Bureau régional de l’Afrique, (2017)

Guide pour augmenter la couverture et l'équité dans toutes les communautés de la Région africaine (2017)
Les programmes élargis de vaccination (PEV) sont responsables des vaccins et luttent contre les maladies évitables par la vaccination, dans le but de les éliminer, voire les éradiquer. La présence de systèmes de vaccination solides, aptes à apporter des vaccins à ceux qui en ont le plus besoin, jouera un rôle important dans la réalisation des objectifs de santé et d'équité aussi bien que des objectifs économiques de plusieurs buts de développement mondial. Ces buts comprennent les objectifs de développement durable (ODD) à l'horizon 2030, la Décennie de la vaccination (2011-2020), le programme pour réaliser la couverture universelle d'ici à 2030, le Plan d'action mondial pour les vaccins (2011-2020), les Stratégies et pratiques mondiales de vaccination systématique et le Plan stratégique régional pour la vaccination 2014-2020.

Reaching Every District (RED)

World Health Organization ( WHO), Regional Office for Africa , (2017)

A guide to increasing coverage and equity in all communities in the African Region
Expanded Programs on Immunization (EPI) is responsible for vaccines and vaccination to control, eliminate and eradicate vaccine preventable diseases (VPDs). Having strong immunization systems to deliver vaccines to those who need them most will play a significant role in achieving the health, equity and economic objectives of several global development goals.

How to Monitor Temperatures in the Vaccine Supply Chain

Andrew Garnett, Ticky Raubenheimer, Debra Kristensen et al., Eds.: World Health Organization (WHO), (2015)

WHO Vaccine Management Handbook

Guidance for Immunization Programmes in the African Region in the Context of Ebola - Revised 30 March 2015*

World Health Organization, (2015)

Practical guidance on immunization services and the risks they present for both Ebola affected and non-affected countries. The specific purpose of this document is to assist countries to: - Maintain immunization services and use immunization contacts and surveillance system as opportunities to educate and monitor for Ebola; - Provide guidance on infection prevention and control during vaccination; - Prepare where there is a potential risk of Ebola (e.g. border, etc.) and low immunization coverage, to implement activities to increase immunization coverage in these areas.

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