Global Compendium of Country Knowledge on COVID-19 Vaccination

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Exploring key country experiences and implementation strategies related to COVID-19 vaccination.

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The compendium can assist national authorities who are responsible for managing or making key decisions on the deployment, implementation, and monitoring of COVID-19 vaccination, as well as those who are  working on routine immunisation and life-course vaccination at country level.

OVERVIEW:

In 2021, under extraordinary time constraints and severe programmatic challenges, countries started used a range of approaches and strategies in all aspects of vaccination activities, to introduce and deploy COVID-19 vaccines as rapidly and effectively as possible. Documentation and indexing of these different approaches and strategies, provides an opportunity to foster cross-country learning, facilitate peer-to-peer problem solving, and establish a pool of knowledge and skills to help inform actions that may be leveraged in a future health crisis that requires vaccination. For this reason, and with thanks to all stakeholders involved a repository of implementation experiences has been developed as a clearinghouse to capture and preserve key country experiences.

Global Compendium of country knowledge on COVID-19 vaccination topic areas include:

  • COVID-19 vaccination country experiences
  • COVID-19 vaccination country case studies
  • Country evaluations reviews, reports, and publications

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