Immunisation for All

No child should be denied their right to immunisation – but millions still are

December 2012


One child in five misses out on basic vaccinations.

Immunisation for All identifies country-level strategies to reach the unreached. And it identifies factors at the global level that will help to create a more conducive environment for countries to achieve and sustain universal immunisation coverage.

Finally, the report makes a series of recommendations to governments, development partners, the private sector and civil society. It urges all actors to seize the opportunity we have this decade to achieve universal access to immunisation.

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