Behavioral and Social Drivers of Vaccination

Behavioral and Social Drivers of Vaccination: Tools and practical guidance for achieving high uptake

This guidebook supports the use of the behavioral and social drivers of vaccination tools to understand what drives the uptake of vaccines. It is intended for immunization program managers, research advisors, and others who are collecting, analyzing, and using data for immunization programme planning and evaluation. Routine tracking of BeSD data will offer insights into how to continuously improve program implementation. Using the validated tools presented here will equip programs and partners to understand the reasons for low vaccine uptake, track trends over time, and reduce coverage inequities by gathering and using data to systematically design, implement, and evaluate tailored interventions.

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