Monitoring and surveillance
Our focus is to monitor and assess the impact of strategies and activities for reducing morbidity and mortality of vaccine-preventable diseases. Collection, analysis and interpretation of surveillance data is vital to guide vaccination policies and programmes and ensure immunization targets are being reached. Our core activities consist of the disease surveillance and burden, monitoring of immunization systems and reporting of data and statistics and are guided by the principles set out in the (Global Vaccine Action Plan)
Information on the current burden of vaccine preventable diseases, including disease-specific estimates of morbidity and mortality and global laboratory surveillance networks.
Information on monitoring the performance, quality and safety of immunization systems through indicators, including immunization coverage.
116.5million children received three doses of DTP containing vaccines in 2016Global routine vaccination coverage, 2016
Subnational coverage data
140Member States from all WHO regions have shared their 2016 subnational dataSubnational immunization coverage data
85%of Member States had introduced a 2nd dose of a measles-containing vaccine in their routine schedules in 2016Progress Toward Regional Measles Elimination, 2000–2016
Recent Immunization Data
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Last updated: 1 December 2017
- WHO Global Invasive Bacterial Vaccine-Preventable Disease and Rotavirus and Pediatric Diarrhea Surveillance Networks Bulletin, December 2017
Summary presentation of routine immunization key indicators
Progress and Challenges with Achieving Universal Immunization Coverage: 2016 Estimates of Immunization Coverage
Vaccine introduction slides