SHUMAS, UNICEF and the Regional Delegation of Public Health held an experience sharing forum aimed at scaling up routine vaccination coverage in five health districts in the North West region.

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On May 25, 2018, SHUMAS, UNICEF and the Regional Delegation of Public Health held an experience sharing forum aimed at scaling up routine vaccination coverage in five health districts in the North West region. These districts include Bafut, Bali, Batibo, Benakuma and Mbengwi. The stakeholders also brainstormed on strategies to reach inaccessible/interior villages within the project area. Routine vaccination coverage in the region has been on the decline since 2012, dropping from 81% in 2012 through 77% in 2014 and then 70% in 2015.IMG_0802

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