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Understanding how to address the challenge of insufficient operational funds available at sub national and facility levels for immunisation coverage and equity.
HOW YOU CAN USE THIS MATERIAL:
Country practitioners and policymakers can use the insights outlined in this brief to identify root causes and good practices that will enable them to design and implement tailored delivery and advocacy strategies to reach specific hard-to-reach and vulnerable populations with immunisation services.
Reaching children and communities missing out on immunisation, and then ensuring newly reached children are fully vaccinated, requires national immunisation programmes to develop and implement context-specific strategies to overcome entrenched obstacles related to access and quality. This brief, produced by the MOMENTUM Routine Immunization Transformation and Equity project, focuses on a key entrenched obstacle to reaching zero-dose children and missed communities with routine immunisation services—insufficient operational funds available at sub national and facility levels to implement tailored delivery and advocacy strategies to reach specific hard-to-reach and vulnerable populations.