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Despite the success of health campaigns, several aspects of the current approach can limit their potential Disease eradication, elimination and control, and reduced burden of disease (mortality, morbidity, disabilities). Stand-alone campaigns often create an unintended burden on community health workers and are rarely integrated with the country’s ongoing health system. Many countries may not have the tools and resources to plan and implement campaigns in the most efficient manner appropriate to their local context. Up until now, there has been no established forum to promote promising practices across the many and varied types of health campaigns. As a result, innovations and practices developed and tested by one type of A coordinated set of activities that targets resources to achieve a specific health goal or goals and is typically time-limited. have not been systematically made known to other types of health campaigns.
The proliferation of disease-specific campaigns has not always resulted in the achievement of A proportion (%) that reflects the number of people receiving (an) intervention(s) divided by the total number of people eligible to receive the intervention(s) targets, and the field is calling for a change in the status quo. Reaching global health goals will require better measurement, sharing of infrastructure, integrated approaches, and learning from best practices. The final steps towards ambitious disease elimination and eradication targets will require bold strategies to reach the most difficult-to-reach populations, and policies that support country capacity and ownership to sustain health gains.
The A coordinated set of activities that targets resources to achieve a specific health goal or goals and is typically time-limited. The ability of a campaign to achieve specific objectives related to coverage, equity, efficiency and impact Coalition will work to improve collaboration between health campaigns and ongoing health systems through three strategies. Learn more.
Our Vision & Impact
Our vision is country-led systems that use campaigns and ongoing services to effectively achieve and sustain health-related development goals for all people. Our Theory of Change model links our activities, outcomes and the Disease eradication, elimination and control, and reduced burden of disease (mortality, morbidity, disabilities) for health campaigns and health systems.
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News & Updates
News stories related to global health campaigns
COVID-19 mass vaccination campaigns are launched. Nigeria runs oral polio vaccine drives as part of sub-national immunization days. India lauches second round of triple-drug LF therapy in Karnataka. Learn the latest about other outbreak responses and local campaigns.
Uganda ran wave four of a national mosquito net distribution drive from December 6-19, delivering long-lasting insecticide-treated nets to 30 districts. The country will launch the final wave of the campaign
Yemen ran two cholera vaccination campaigns from December 16-21, aiming to reach 162,000 people in Al Dhale governorate and 39,000 in the Hajr district of Hadramaut governorate. UNICEF Yemen; UNICEF Yemen
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