What does it take for a life-saving vaccine to reach a child, adolescent or adult?
Many components must come together for effective and efficient service delivery -- detailed planning, skilled managers and vaccinators, continuous supplies and logistics, costing assessments and communication and advocacy of the benefits of vaccination.
WHO is working with partners and Member States to improve access to immunization services for all communities. Provided here are resources and guidance to help ensure valuable and reliable vaccine service delivery.
Planning to reach every child
Global Routine Immunization Strategies and Practices (GRISP)
The RED Strategy
Comprehensive multi-year planning and annual planning
Making a comprehensive annual national immunization plan and budget
Vaccine supply and handling
- DTwP-HepB-Hib (Pentavalent) vaccine available in a compact, pre-filled auto-disable injection technology (cPAD)
Introducing solar-powered vaccine refrigerator and freezer systems - A guide for managers in national immunization programmes
- Global Vaccine Safety website
Adverse Events Following Immunization (AEFI): Causality Assessment
- Global Vaccine Safety information sheets
E-learning course on Vaccine Safety Basics
Training and supervision
Data collection and monitoring
Social Mobilization and Advocacy
Last update: August 2015
Calls for consultants / proposals
SAGE call for nominations
Invitation to monitoring and evaluation companies to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) for monitoring for the WHO led MVPE
Systematic review and meta-analysis of the population-level impact and herd effects following human papillomavirus immunization programmes and potential for HPV elimination