IA2030 Scorecard

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SP 2: Commitment & Demand
2.2

Demand for immunization

Proportion of countries that have implemented behavioural or social strategies (i.e., demand generation strategies) to address under-vaccination—Global
= Yes
= No
= No data/Not relevant/No response

Summary Table

Number of countriesBaseline (2021)2022
With a behavioural and social drivers of vaccination134 out of 194 87 out of 194
Without a behavioural and social drivers of vaccination24 out of 194 51 out of 194
No data/Not relevant/No response36 out of 194 56 out of 194
Definition: Proportion of countries that have implemented behavioral or social strategies (i.e. demand generation strategies) to address under-vaccination
  • Numerator: Number of WHO Member States which reported implementing at least one behavioral or social strategies(i.e.g, community engagement, digital or social listening, behaviorally informed interventions, public communications, service quality intervention, interventions to build capacity among healthcare workers, other strategies) to address under-vaccination.
  • Denominator: Total number of WHO Member States
Method of estimation:

Step 1) Calculate the indicator numerator. Count the number of WHO Member States which reported that they have implemented behavioral or social strategies to address under-vaccination.

Step 2) Divide the indicator numerator by the total number of WHO Member States.

Limitations: Reported data is subject to numerous limitations. Country may not have submitted the data through the WHO/UNICEF Joint Reporting Form on Immunization (JRF) yet at the time of reporting. For newer indicators added to the JRF, it may take some time for the country to establish a system to be able to report the data.
Data source: WHO/UNICEF Joint Reporting Form on Immunization (JRF)