Improving Efficiency of Vaccination Systems in Multiple States

designing and implementing an electronic vaccine intelligence network (eVIN), and strengthening the evidence base for improved policy-making in programmatic areas like procurement, vaccine delivery, sequencing and adoption of new antigens.

What Have We Accomplished So Far

completed market survey of the current capacity and availability of the agency to implement eVIN,including temperature moisturing completed Proposals to develop an eVIN software solution, temperature loggers and deployment of human Resources up to the district level in advanced stages of completion
Completed rapid assessment of the preparedness of states and districts for the implementation of eVIN in Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh
Development of the National Monitoring and Evaluation Framework for India’s Universal Immunization Programme underway Routinely undertake media analysis of routine immunization coverage in Hindi English and Urdu newspapers across 12 states of India and compiling monthly immunization dashboards

Undertake the baseline survey for the Government of India Mission Indradhanush campaign for Routine Immunization
Establish a project team of more than 20 staff, who are supporting the cold chain & vaccine management in states of Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh and Rajasthan
Compile macro assessment data of on cold chain and vaccine logistic management and immunization human resources in 10 percent of the project districts, covering nearly 700 Cold-Chain points in 7 Districts of Uttar Pradesh, 6 of Madhya Pradesh and 4 of Rajasthan
Concept and strategy on a long-term longitudinal study on immunization has been approved and will be implemented in the 12 states Adverse Events Following Immunization study has been approved and will be undertaken in the 9 states of the country

Funding Support by

Donar Name Amount Contributed
GAVI US$40,000,000

Expenditure in Previous Fiscal Years

Year Amount
2014 US$681,878

Stories of Change

Tracking the Cold Chain: Improving Vaccine Systems in India

At a two-day training in Madhya Pradesh, healthcare workers were introduced to eVIN, an electronic vaccination intelligence network system that will enable healthcare workers to effectively manage vaccine logistics and have real-time information on availability of vaccines. The electronic vaccine tracking system has been developed as part of a UNDP partnership with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, which aims to improve vaccine coverage in India.

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