Early Lessons From Ethiopia in Establishing a Data Triangulation Process to Analyze Immunization Program and Supply Data for Decision Making
This article examines the practical implications of using an Immunization Data Triangulation Tool for decision support and addressing programmatic, supply, or data quality issues within 2 regions of Ethiopia. (Global Health: Science and Practice June 2022)
Lessons Learned From Integrating Infant and Young Child Feeding Counseling and Iron-Folic Acid Distribution Into Routine Immunization Services in Ethiopia
This article explores key considerations of integrating routine immunization services with infant and young child feeding counseling and iron-folic acid supplementation. (Global Health: Science and Practice October 2022)
Linked vaccination coverage surveys plus serosurveys among Ethiopian toddlers undertaken three years apart to compare coverage and serologic evidence of protection in districts implementing the RED-QI approach
This article assessed linked vaccination coverage surveys and seroprotection surveys performed among Ethiopian toddlers, and considered the impact of employing different vaccine coverage estimation methods in deriving results (Vaccine, 2021).
This article examines vaccination coverage in three regions in Ethiopia by coverage surveys and linked serosurveys to identify districts where immunization services require strengthening (PLOS ONE, 2016).
This article explores serosurveys coupled to immunization coverage surveys in three administrative districts (woredas) in rural Ethiopia – an objective measure of protective immunity within communities (American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 2015).