YOUR INPUTS REQUESTED: Evaluating the Impact of COVID-19 Vaccine Roll-out on the Routine Immunisation System

PATH is seeking to understand the impact of COVID-19 vaccine rollout on routine immunisation systems, focusing on learnings from several countries in Africa and Asia. We are inviting the following individuals to complete a survey about their experience with COVID-19 vaccine rollout:

  • Individuals working in a country in Africa or Asia with firsthand knowledge about how the COVID-19 vaccine rollout has impacted routine immunization system or vaccine campaigns
  • Individuals with firsthand knowledge of actions that have been taken to mitigate or prevent any negative impacts on routine immunization system associated with the COVID-19 vaccine rollout
  • Individuals involved in COVID-19 vaccine delivery, such as immunization program managers, logisticians, or national and regional immunization technical advisory group members.
  • Individuals involved in supporting COVID-19 vaccine delivery, such as technical assistance partners working in country or at the regional level in Africa or Asia.

The survey focuses on learnings on the impact of COVID-19 vaccine rollout on human resource availability, vaccine supply chain including cold chain equipment and transport availability, program financing, and data management systems. The survey will be closed on January 31. Thank you in advance for your contributions.

Take the English survey here or the French survey here.

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