Good Data Saves Lives: How Digital Record-keeping is Helping Transform Immunization in Tanzania

“Part of Tanzania’s new Electronic Immunisation Register (EIR), this shiny gadget looks futuristic and out-of-place against a backdrop of crumpled paper records and traditional tribal dress. But with the swipe of finger, its role becomes clear. On its screen appear the medical records of a mother and infant, instantly showing the team which vaccinations that child needs.”

Check out this new photo story from Gavi on how this new digital register is transforming immunization in hard-to-reach parts of Tanzania.

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