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Understanding the steps needed to make sure that no child is left behind with routine vaccines.
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Immunisation practitioners can explore and adapt the actions and strategies outlined in this report to identify and catch-up zero-dose and under-vaccinated children, strengthen vaccine confidence, invest in immunisation and health workers, and build integrated and resilient health systems.
The world is facing a red alert for children’s health: Routine vaccination coverage dropped sharply during the COVID-19 pandemic. UNICEF’s latest report, The State of the World’s Children 2023: For every child, vaccination, explores the reasons behind this red alert and the steps we as a global community must take to make sure that no child is left behind. Drawing on lessons learned during the pandemic and from UNICEF’s decades-long expertise and experience in vaccinating children, the report examines the ways in which primary health care can be strengthened to better support immunisation services, concerns around trust in vaccines, and a range of innovations in vaccine development, delivery, and financing.