This supplement presents data and reports that highlight some of the recent efforts and activities on the part of the Ethiopian Government, EPI partners and the World Health Organization to further the understanding and control of vaccine preventable diseases in Ethiopia. Included in this supplement are manuscripts that describe the epidemiology of measles in selected areas of the country, the impact of polio eradication efforts on routine immunization activities and community knowledge in the Somali region of Ethiopia, analysis and assessment of AFP and other surveillance data, determinants of immunization service utilization and routine immunization performance, and the utility of an accountability framework for monitoring polio eradication efforts.
Guest editors: Fiona Braka, Thomas Karengera, Kathleen Gallagher
Contact: Thomas Karengera. WHO Country Office for Ethiopia
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