The VCP-Africa CDC working group has been conducting quantitative research in multiple waves from 2020 to 2022.
In 2018, the European Commission engaged the Vaccine Confidence Project to create the first “State of Vaccine Confidence in the EU” report. Since then, the VCP has conducted bi-annual research to map and monitor public attitudes to vaccines across the region and examine trends over time.
To identify knowledge gaps, beliefs and attitudes in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic and COVID-19 vaccine acceptance among adults in the Asia-Pacific region, the Vaccine Confidence Project conducted two waves of quantitative research in 2021 and 2022.
The UNICEF Regional Office for Europe and Central Asia (UNICEF ECARO) and the VCP worked in partnership to better understand the impact of social media on caregivers’ attitudes, beliefs, trust, immunisation intention and uptake.
Ben Plumley, Managing Director of our sister organisation the Global Listening Project, checks in with Professors’ Heidi Larson and Leesa Lin as they share the first top-line results from the Project’s 70-country societal preparedness index
In this interview, VCP Founder and Co-Director Prof. Heidi J Larson outlines what research tells us about the impact of mandates on vaccine confidence amongst young people.
Last month, we co-hosted a webinar with The Nigeria Solidarity Support Fund (NSSF) and the Vaccine Data CoLab on “Optimizing Vaccine Uptake in Nigeria through Increased Demand and Use of Data.”
Watch part one of the Global Health Cast’s new series on COVID-19, presented by Prof. Joe Schmitt, Prof. Catherine Weil-Olivier, and the VCP’s very own Dr Emilie Karafillakis.