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Project Japanese Encephalitis supplementary implementation activities for children aged 6 6 to 15 in high risk areas


 This project is supported by PATH, the US, starting in June 2017 and lasting until the end of 2018. The project aims to increase percentage of 3-dose vaccinated children aged from 6 to 15 in high risk areas to 90%. Two specific objectives of the project are:

1.To minimize missing of target children through pre-activities such as surveys, listing and communication.

2.To strengthen immunization safety through consolidation of supportive monitoring system in provinces and training, guidance for health staff

Key activities of the project are:

• Developing guideline for implementation of JE vaccine in high risk areas

• Developing communication message to facilitate health staff and health collaborators in communicating with communities

• Disseminating implementation plan and training health staff at different levels in implementing planned activities

• Providing supports in listing of target population

• Strengthening monitoring activities to ensure immunization safety

• Receiving, maintaining and transporting JE vaccine and supplies

 By the end of June 2017, 10 districts of 8 provinces completed the first round with 47,754 children immunized, accounting for 98.1% and 6 districts of 5 provinces implemented the second round with 36,295, reaching the rate 99%. The remaining 17 districts start from August or September when new school year begins. The round 3 for booster dose will be taken place in 2018.

* Picture: Dr. Pham Quang Thai, Epidemiology Department



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