Considerations for Integrating COVID-19 Vaccination into Immunization Programmes and Primary Health Care for 2022 and beyond

This document lays out key programmatic considerations essential for moving from mass campaigns for COVID-19 vaccination to integrating COVID-19 vaccination into immunization programmes, PHC and other relevant health services for 2022 and beyond.

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    How can community-based youth and women’s organizations in the Eastern and Southern Africa Region support demand for COVID-19 vaccines?

    First introduced in the Eastern and Southern Africa region (ESAR) in February 2021, 68 million COVID-19 vaccine doses have been administered to date, and the available supply of vaccines in the region is expected to continue to increase significantly in 2022.

    Ensuring acceptance and uptake of COVID-19 vaccination at country level is key to successful reduction of transmission and containment of the pandemic. However, introducing any new vaccine – especially with new target populations, through potentially new delivery strategies is challenging.

    Source: How can community-based youth and women’s organizations in the Eastern and Southern Africa Region support demand for COVID-19 vaccines?

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      Data for ACTION RCCE for COVID-19 Vaccine Demand in Eastern and Southern Africa: Special Edition on Adolescents and Youth

      This is a document explaining the importance of COVID-19 vaccine uptake among adolescents in sub-Saharan Africa, as they make up 70% of the population.

      Source: Data for ACTION RCCE for COVID-19 Vaccine Demand in Eastern and Southern Africa: Special Edition on Adolescents and Youth

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        Mapping Access Gaps in COVID-19: Results from 14 Countries and Territories

        This report, created by Matahari Global Solutions and other partners, explains the results of access gaps in COVID-19 testing and vaccines in 14 countries and territories. Some of the countries and territories include: Bangladesh, DRC, Jamaica, Haiti, Peru, Senegal, Somalia and Somaliland.

        Source: Mapping Access Gaps in COVID-19: Results from 14 Countries and Territories

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          Using COVID-19 Trends And Impact Survey Data To Conduct Prevention And Vaccination Campaigns In The Philippines

          Breakthrough ACTION, USAID’s global social and behavior change project, catalyzes social and behavior change by designing and implementing evidence-based solutions to improve health and development programs around the world. When COVID-19 emerged in late 2019, Breakthrough ACTION was already working on social and behavior change for family planning/reproductive health, malaria, HIV, and other health issues across the globe, including under the Global Health Security Agenda.

          Source: Using COVID-19 Trends And Impact Survey Data To Conduct Prevention And Vaccination Campaigns In The Philippines

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            Article sur le travail avec les personnels de santé

            Breakthrough ACTION intensifie les dialogues avec les professionnels de santé pour leur engagement et l’appropriation de la vaccination Covid-19 en RDC.

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            Three Insights to Help Overcome COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy

            As part of the USAID-funded Breakthrough ACTION project, the Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs and partner ideas42 are working with teams and governments in eight countries — Liberia, Côte d’Ivoire, Cameroon, Senegal, Mali, Burkina Faso, Philippines, and Nigeria — to understand and target demand-side barriers to improve acceptance and uptake of the COVID-19 vaccine.

            Source: Three Insights to Help Overcome COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy

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              COVID-19 communication campaign IEC/BCC/SBCC material qualitative summary report

              This report reflects perceptions, messages and activities at a time when India was braving the first and second wave of the pandemic.

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                Social Media Campaign

                This campaign set out through social media platform under BA for COVID-19 program targeting young people, that it is delivered using memes, entertainment and what’s trending right now in social media related to COVID-19. The purpose of each theme developed is to invite the audience to complete the vaccine.

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