The Vaccination Demand Hub was created in 2018 by a group of partners, including multilaterals, global partnerships, donors and non-governmental and civil society organizations. The Demand Hub is co-chaired by UNICEF and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance and led by a leadership team.
We work to foster evidence-based and data-driven approaches for increasing demand for immunization among regions and countries. We leverage behavioural and social sciences to strengthen immunization programmes and build quality health services to increase vaccine demand to protect all.
Since its inception, the Demand Hub has made the following gains:
The Vaccination Demand Hub develops and curates a knowledge base of resources from organizations and experts across many disciplines.
Recently established, the Demand Hub workstreams are designed to build, test and scale evidence-based tools in the following areas:
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.
Advance understanding of what effective, evidence-based interventions and insights within vaccination science can increase demand for vaccination uptake.
Facilitate exchange of information, support research and dissemination of promising approaches to conducting social listening to inform prevention and mitigation efforts around vaccine misinformation.