The State of the World’s Children 2023 was developed in collaboration with VCP and using Vaccine Confidence Index data. It reveals that public perception of the importance of vaccines for children declined during the COVID-19 pandemic in 52 out of 55 countries studied.
These reports visualise findings from surveys fielded across 7 African countries in August 2022.
This ground-breaking report analyses 734 case studies developed by health professionals.
Read the 2022 instalment of the VCPs bi-annual research report “The State of Vaccine Confidence in the EU,” which monitors public attitudes to vaccines across the continent.
Johnson & Johnson Global Public Health has worked with Fraym to create a series of geospatial mapping reports aimed at improving hyper-local understanding of vaccine hesitancy across sub-saharan Africa.
This report uses VCP data from 2015 – May 2021 to assess local barriers and drivers to adult vaccine uptake in Low – Middle Income Countries, with a view to supporting the development of targeted interventions and programs.
These reports visualise findings from surveys fielded across 14 African countries in January 2022.
In this study, we explore how intent to receive a COVID-19 vaccine evolved in Nigeria (both nationally and sub-nationally) between March 2021 (when the first vaccines were administered to healthcare workers) and October 2021.
This paper explores online communication about vaccines in 2021, offering insights into how positive, and negative, messages spread.
This report argues that vaccine confidence is essential to ensuring national security, and recommends bolstering confidence-building efforts in five critical areas.
The aim of this study is to investigate public knowledge and perceptions of both the COVID-19 pandemic itself and COVID-19 vaccine acceptance among adults (aged 18 years and above) in 15 African countries.
Read the 2020 instalment of the VCPs bi-annual research report “The State of Vaccine Confidence in the EU & UK,” which monitors public attitudes to vaccines across the continent.