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Country Profiles

The Zero-Dose Learning Hub (ZDLH) provides technical and operational support to four Country Learning Hubs (CLHs) established in Bangladesh, Mali, Uganda, and Nigeria. The established CLHs represent a country- and community-driven approach to zero-dose (ZD) evidence generation, which is key to reaching the millions of children who are left behind. Together, the ZDLH and CLHs disseminate the learnings generated through their ZD work across immunization stakeholders at the community, national, regional and global levels.

The following country profiles describe the country’s immunization history, current ZD landscape, and successful interventions and lessons learned to date. More country-specific resources and materials will be developed over the lifespan of the ZDLH.

Bangladesh Zero-Dose Landscape

The Gavi Zero-Dose Learning Hub (ZDLH) is responsible for highlighting work and outputs generated by the four Gavi Country Learning Hubs (CLHs) in Bangladesh, Mali, Nigeria, and Uganda with the objective of using this evidence to better understand the factors influencing implementation and performance of approaches to identify and reach zero-dose (ZD) and under-immunized children as well as missed communities.

Mali Zero-Dose Landscape

The Gavi Zero-Dose Learning Hub (ZDLH) is responsible for highlighting work and outputs generated by the four Gavi Country Learning Hubs (CLHs) in Bangladesh, Mali, Nigeria, and Uganda with the objective of using this evidence to better understand the factors influencing implementation and performance of approaches to identify and reach zero-dose (ZD) and under-immunized children as well as missed communities.

Uganda Zero-Dose Landscape

The Gavi Zero-Dose Learning Hub (ZDLH) is responsible for highlighting work and outputs generated by the four Gavi Country Learning Hubs (CLHs) in Bangladesh, Mali, Nigeria, and Uganda with the objective of using this evidence to better understand the factors influencing implementation and performance of approaches to identify and reach zero-dose (ZD) and under-immunized children as well as missed communities. The consortium is led by JSI Research & Training Institute, Inc.