Linked Middle-Income Country Dashboards

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Exploring middle-income countries progress toward strong, sustainable immunisation programmes.

HOW YOU CAN USE THESE MATERIALS:

Country stakeholders can compare how their national immunisation programme is performing in contrast to other network peers based on key indicators around coverage, equity, and new vaccine introduction.  Additionally, stakeholders can identify peer countries with successes or those facing similar challenges that they would like to discuss and Linked can facilitate connections between countries to learn from one another.

OVERVIEW:

Linked middle-income country dashboards help countries track their progress toward strong immunisation programme performance using up to date evidence released annually from WHO/UNICEF Estimates of National Immunisation Coverage (WUENIC), WHO/UNICEF Joint Reporting Form on Immunisation (JRF), and other sources. We encourage you to explore the dashboards of your network peers, which include key indicators around coverage, equity, financing, and new vaccine introductions, and identify countries with successes or those facing similar challenges as your country which you would like to discuss.

Access the Country Dashboards:

Angola

Armenia

Azerbaijan

Bhutan

Bolivia

Cuba

Georgia

Guyana

Honduras

Indonesia

Kiribati

Moldova

Mongolia

Nicaragua

Sri Lanka

Timor-Leste

Ukraine

Uzbekistan

Vietnam

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