The VCP-Africa CDC working group has been conducting quantitative research in multiple waves from 2020 to 2022.
An interactive dashboard showcasing data gathered across two waves of quantitative research (Jan-2022 and Aug-2022) conducted as part of the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention Working Group Project.
Vaccine confidence in South Sudan is high compared to other countries. The data we have for South Sudan is from surveys conducted in 2022 which showed that 77% of people feel that vaccines are safe and 73% think they are effective. 69% of those surveyed said they believe it’s important for children to have vaccines and 67% feel that vaccines are compatible with their religious beliefs.
Project to support the development of guidance on interventions to improve vaccine uptake in LMICs, informed by an assessment of local barriers and drivers to adult vaccine uptake.
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.
Oral cholera vaccination (OCV) campaigns were conducted from February to April…