The Immunization Agenda 2030 (IA2030) envisions a world where everyone, everywhere, at every age, fully benefits from vaccines to improve health and well-being.
A world where everyone, everywhere, at every age…
… fully benefits from vaccines…
… for good health and well-being
- Reduce mortality and morbidity from vaccine-preventable diseases for everyone throughout the life course.
- Leave non one behind, by increasing equitable access and use of new and existing vaccines.
- Ensure good health and well-being for everyone by strengthening immunisation within primary health care and contributing to universal health coverage and sustainable development.
IA2030 is based on a conceptual framework of seven strategic priorities. Each strategic priority has defined goals and objectives and key areas of focus. Action is necessary to achieve these interrelated strategic priorities to realize the overall vision and goals and to ensure that immunization fully contributes to stronger primary health care and attainment of universal health coverage.
- Immunization Programmes for Primary Health Care / Universal Health Coverage
- Commitment & Demand
- Coverage & Equity
- Life-course & Integration
- Outbreaks & Emergencies
- Supply & Sustainability
- Research & Innovation
The IA2030 strategy—to extend the benefits of vaccines to everyone, everywhere—is underpinned by four core principles: it puts people in the center, is led by countries, implemented through broad partnerships, and driven by data. The IA2030 strategy systematically applies the core principles across each of the strategic priorities.
- People centered
- Country owned
- Partnership based
- Call to Action: Vaccine Equity Declaration
- National Immunization Schedule, Nepal (Revised)
- World Immunization Week 2020 #VaccinesWork for All
- World Immunization Week- Protected Together: #VaccinesWork!
- Microplanning for immunization service delivery using the Reaching Every District (RED) strategy
- Gaps Remain in Countries Readiness to Deploy COVID-19 Vaccines
- International days, weeks and years of Public Health Concern
- Marking a decade since last polio case: WHO SEAR countries gear up for massive vaccination campaign – this time for COVID-19 virus
- COVID-19 Vaccine FAQs (Nepali)
- Principles for sharing COVID-19 Vaccine doses with COVAX
- Vaccines development process & Clinical trials
- TB Vaccine results announce a promising step towards ending the emergency
- Malaria vaccine pilot launched in Malawi
- Vaccine Preventable Diseases Surveillance Plan (Polio Transition Plan)
- Recommendations of Measles Outbreaks and Root Cause Analysis 2022-23
- Nepal restricts trans-fatty acids in food
- National Immunization Schedule, Nepal (Updated)
- HPV Vaccine Demonstration Guideline 2080
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