Delivery cost of human papillomavirus vaccination of young adolescent girls in Peru, Uganda and Viet Nam
Carol E Levin, Hoang Van Minh, John Odaga, Swampa Sarit Rout, Diep Nguyen Thi Ngoc, Lysander Menezes, Maria Ana Mendoza Araujo & D Scott LaMontagne
Volume 91, Number 8, August 2013, 585-592
Table 1. Human papillomavirus vaccination of young adolescent girls in Peru, Uganda and Viet Nam, 2008–2010
|Country and delivery strategy||Implementation year||Geographical area||Demonstration project
|No. of eligible girlsa||No. of participating schools||No. of participating health centres||No. of facilities selectedb|
|Integrated outreach||2008–2009||Nakasongola district||2263d||–||–||–|
|School-based||2008–2009||Quan Hoa, Nong Cong and Ninh Kieu districts||2412||–||–||–|
|2009–2010||Quan Hoa, Nong Cong and Ninh Kieu districts||1890c||–||–||–|
|Health-centre-based||2008–2009||Quan Hoa, Nong Cong and Binh Thuy districts||1507||–||–||–|
|2009–2010||Quan Hoa, Nong Cong and Binh Thuy districts||1205c||–||–||–|
a The number of eligible girls was determined by counting and creating a list of those eligible at the facilities participating in the human papillomavirus vaccination (HPV) demonstration projects before administration of the first vaccine dose.
b The current study investigated the feasibility and cost of HPV vaccination strategies in a selection of facilities participating in the demonstration projects.
c The decrease from the first time period occurred because of population movements, primarily emigration.
d The figure was derived from a census estimate of girls aged 10 years rather than by a head count.
Source: Adapted from LaMontagne et al.11