What we do

Around the world, millions of people still miss out on the benefits of life-saving vaccines. The Vaccination Demand Hub is a network of partner organizations innovating together to understand why people miss out and to improve acceptance and uptake of vaccines, to ensure that everyone everywhere is protected against vaccine preventable diseases.

Coordination

Align, coordinate and communicate among partners and experts working in demand for immunization

Awareness

Advocate to raise awareness of demand for immunization across countries, partner agencies, donors, CSOs, and communities

Resources

Provide evidence, resources and technical support to countries and regions to improve demand for immunization.

Our Partners

The Vaccination Demand Hub was created in 2018 by a group of partners including multilaterals, global partnerships, donors, non-governmental and civil society organizations. We are led by a Steering Committee of core partners, and work to foster evidence-based and data-driven approaches for increasing demand for immunization among regions and countries.

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Our Workstreams

The Demand Hub workstreams have been recently established to build, test, and scale evidence-based tools in the following areas:
Behavioral and Social Drivers of Vaccination (BeSD)

Behavioral and Social Drivers of Vaccination (BeSD)

Support programmes and partners to boost the availability, quality and use of data to assess and address reasons for under-vaccination through the use of evidence-informed and globally standardized tools.
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Behaviorally Informed Interventions

Behaviorally Informed Interventions

Advance understanding of what effective, evidence-based interventions and insights within vaccination science can increase demand for vaccination uptake.
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Engaging with Civil Society

Engaging with Civil Society

Increase the demand for and trust in vaccines in vulnerable communities by developing strategies where EPI and CSOs can work together to improve vaccination uptake.
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Digital Information Environment

Digital Information Environment

Facilitate exchange of information, support research and dissemination of promising approaches to conducting social listening to inform prevention and mitigation efforts around vaccine misinformation.
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Service Experience

Service Experience

Inform a new direction in people-centered quality immunization service delivery by incorporating principles of human-centered design to re-orient immunization service delivery around caregiver and patient needs.
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