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The following resource library features a curated repository of evidence-based measurement, monitoring, and learning resources, multimedia tools, methodological tools, templates, guidance, and approaches, as well as existing evidence from each country and resources generated by the ZDLH. Please check back regularly as resources are added on a rolling basis. You may also suggest a resource to be considered for inclusion through our contact form.

Displaying 61 resources.

Published in by JSI
JSI worked with Gavi to develop this catalog of resources related to immunization service quality and experience.
Published in by JSI
Although outreach is an important strategy to reaching zero-dose children, efforts need to be further refined to optimize the reach to underserved populations and missed communities.
Published in by JSI
This guide was originally developed for primary health care unit officers and woreda-level staff in Ethiopia to help them regularly monitor, review, and update their microplans.
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This simple 1-page job aid details the six key steps of a fishbone diagram, which is a visual tool to identify potential causes of a problem.
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Based on experiences implementing the Reaching Every District using Quality Improvement (RED-QI) approach in Uganda and Ethiopia.
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Starting in 2010, JSI began exploring applying quality improvement practices and tools to the Reaching Every District strategy, an approach for immunization programs that had been used for years.
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This case study describes JSI's approach to addressing inequity in immunization programming by working at the facility, district, and regional levels to implement quality improvement strategies.
Published in by Jhpiego/JSI
At the time of this paper, Pakistan had the third highest population of zero-dose children globally.
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Using root cause analysis and a rapid evidence synthesis, this brief describes how to overcome a key obstacle to reaching zero-dose children.
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National-level forecasting for immunization programs is typically conducted on an annyal basis, while forecasting at the sub-national and service delivery level is done regularly.
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This brief descibres how the UI-FHS project introduced a data review process and an Excel tool (IDTT) for triangulating immunization program data and vaccine supply data.
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Through the UI-FHS project, JSI developed a Microsoft Excel-based Immunization Data Triangulation Tool (IDTT) with five regional health bureaus in Ethiopia.
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This user guide accompanies the Excel-based Immunization Data Triangulation Tool (IDTT) that triangulates immunization services statistics with supply chain data to produces key indicators and performance scores and provides recommended actions.
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This job aid details the six steps that health workers at the health facility level should take to improve the data quality of immunization services provided.
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Data on immunization coverage often varies significantly depending on the source, which can make it a challenge to know which areas to target with strengthened immunization services.
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UI-FHS aimed to strengthen the routine immunization system in Ethiopia by implemnting the Reaching Every District using Quality Improvement Methods (RED-QI) approach.
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This study aimed to identify barriers and context-appropriate solutions by engaging deeply with caregivers, community members, health workers, and other health system actors through participatory action research, intersectionality, and human-centered design lenses.
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MRITE and the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare in India developed a monitoring, evaluation, and learning system for COVID-19 vaccination activities in 18 states across India.
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The UI-FHS project worked with immunization managers and health care workers to increase their capacity to regularly collect, review, and use data for the management and delivery of immunization services.
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This landscape analysis describes information systems and tools to identify, reach, and monitor zero-dose and under-immunized children.