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ZDLH Webinar Recording Reflections on Identifying and Reaching Zero-Dose Children

Identifying and reaching zero-dose (ZD) children and missed communities remains one of the most complex challenges in the pursuit of global immunization equity. Reaching ZD children with life-saving vaccines requires clear and accurate data about who they are and where they live. Gavi's Zero-Dose Learning Hub (ZDLH) hosted a 75-minute interactive webinar featuring immunization leaders from four Country Learning Hubs (CLHs) in Bangladesh, Mali, Nigeria, and Uganda. The four CLH representatives shared their experiences using innovative methods to identify and reach ZD children and missed communities.  

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Published in by Zero-Dose Learning Hub
Zero-dose (ZD) children is a critical objective in global health, and it is at the heart of the Immunization Agenda 2030 (IA2030) strategy. Coverage for the first dose of diphtheria–tetanus–pertussis (DTP1)-containing vaccine is the global operational indicator used to estimate ZD children.
Published in by The Geneva Learning Foundation
In September 2023, the Zero-Dose Learning Hub's (ZDLH) Learning Innovation Unit (LIU), held its second inter-country peer learning exchange, “ZDLH-X,” focused on zero-dose (ZD) and under-immunized (UI) children and missed-community challenges in Nigeria and Uganda.

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The Country Learning Hubs implement activities to respond to learning priorities aligned with the IRMMA framework by providing tailored and collaborative capacity strengthening, and systematic and robust monitoring and learning for IRMMA-aligned interventions. Learn how the IRMMA framework can help countries reach zero-dose children and missed communities.

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