Immunization, Vaccines and Biologicals

WHO/UNICEF Joint Reporting Process

In an effort to strengthen collaboration and minimize the reporting burden, WHO and UNICEF jointly collect information through a standard questionnaire (the Joint Reporting Form) sent to all Member States

The content of the Joint Reporting Form was developed through a consensus process among staff from UNICEF, WHO, and selected ministries of health (MOH)

Information collected in the Joint Reporting Form include estimates of national immunization coverage, reported cases of vaccine-preventable diseases (VPDs), immunization schedules, as well as indicators of immunization system performances

These are available on the web in July of the following year and by December, the "WHO vaccine-preventable diseases: monitoring system" and "UNICEF immunization summary" are published

WHO/UNICEF Joint Reporting Form

The WHO/UNICEF Joint Reporting Forms available below are reflecting the list of indicators for which data was collected for years 2014 and 2015. For information on indicators that were collected in previous years please contact vpdata@who.int

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Last Updated: 10 June 2016

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