The Linksbridge team is proud to release the latest State of Campaigns report.
The fourth edition of State of Campaigns discusses a mix of challenges and opportunities facing global health infrastructure at a crucial moment—three years after the emergence of SARS-COV-2.
Those challenges include pandemic-related disruptions, the re-emergence of wild poliovirus (WPV) outside endemic countries, and an unprecedented series of cholera outbreaks. But the trends aren’t exclusively dire: among other developments, the deployment of novel oral polio vaccine type 2 (nOPV2) has reached approximately 450 million doses, global health actors are preparing for the mass rollout of the world’s first malaria vaccine, and efforts to overcome what UNICEF and WHO have called “the largest sustained decline in childhood vaccinations in approximately 30 years” are driving campaign innovation.
Campaigns also provides a snapshot of the current state of cross-cutting health campaigns by highlighting notable campaign trends captured by the Campaign Hub. This edition highlights 2022 campaigns data including the number of campaigns by year, disease group, country, and delay status.