Unveiling Equity Gaps: Insights from Rapid Assessment Survey

This research feature delves into the significant findings unveiled by a Rapid Assessment report conducted to identify, comprehend, and overcome barriers related to ZD and Under-Immunised (UI) children in Bangladesh.

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CES (2019) & DHIS2 (2022) data shows, 30 upazillas across 21 districts exhibit Zero-Dose rates exceeding 4%

CES (2019) & DHIS2 (2022) data shows, 30 upazillas across 21 districts exhibit Zero-Dose rates exceeding 4%

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The government will introduce the HPV vaccination for students in classes 5-9 from this September. 

The government will introduce the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccination for female students in classes 5-9, commencing this September. 

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Unveiling Equity Gaps: Insights from Rapid Assessment Survey 

CLH conducted this Rapid Assessment to identify, comprehend & overcome barriers related to Zero-Dose & Under-Immunised children in Bangladesh.

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5 Vaccines at 6, 10 and 14 Weeks After Birth

At 6, 10 and 14 weeks after birth, give your child 5 vaccines to ensure your child’s healthy life. Find […]

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Discover the Power of Pentavalent Vaccines

Discover the Power of Pentavalent Vaccines: Safeguarding Against Five Life-Threatening Diseases Explore how these vaccines have made a remarkable impact […]

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From Procurement to Protection: UNICEF’s Vital Role in Childhood Vaccination

From Procurement to Protection: UNICEF’s Vital Role in Childhood Vaccination Thanks to the support of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, and […]

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Research Brief: Joint national/international expanded programme on immunisation and vaccine-preventable disease surveillance review

The immunisation review report by the World Health Organization (WHO) summarises findings and recommendations made during a joint review of […]

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Understanding the Zero-dose and under-immunised

Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance has coined distinctive terms to address children who received no vaccine. Let’s look at these critical terms as work towards equal distribution of vaccines for all Bangladeshi people.

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EPI vaccines are free of cost

EPI vaccines are free of cost, and available at government hospitals, upazila health complex, union health centers, NGOs as well as private hospitals.

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