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Our resource library is a searchable collection of tools and documents related to various technical areas around the Gavi transition. The library consists of research articles, policy briefs, reports, guidebooks, country data, and other resources pertinent to Gavi transition or immunization programs generally. You can filter the resources by topic, type, or country. Some resources are available to LNCT members only and will require logging in to view.

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Understanding Vaccine Hesitancy in the Context of COVID-19: The Role of Trust and Confidence in a Seventeen-Country Survey

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Learning how trust and confidence play a role in vaccine hesitancy in various contexts.

HOW YOU CAN USE THIS MATERIAL:

Read the study to understand what types of trust and confidence are most critical to vaccine acceptance and the role of trust and confidence in the context of a global pandemic and use these learnings to inform approaches to addressing vaccine hesitancy based on your country’s specific context.

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The Little Jab Book: 18 Behavioral Science Strategies for Increasing Vaccination Uptake

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Learning about 18 strategies that can help increase vaccine uptake.

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Consult this resource for ideas on how to overcome a specific known barrier or to start exploring barriers to vaccine uptake within your target population to build your own interventions.

OVERVIEW:

While the COVID-19 vaccines have given the world hope that the pandemic’s end is in sight,

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LNCT Case Studies: Learning How to Create Empathy and Build Demand for Vaccines Among Vulnerable Groups

LNCT, in partnership with Common Thread, developed two video case studies on vaccine demand in Vietnam. The stories detail the immunization journeys of young mothers in the H’mong community of Yên Bái Province, Cha and Do, through short films to be used for health worker capacity building. Their stories, captured in their own words, show how community engagement strategies can be used effectively to create empathy and build demand for vaccines among vulnerable groups.

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Communicating About Vaccine Safety: Guidelines to Help Health Workers Communicate with Parents, Caregivers, and Patients

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Exploring strategies for supporting effective communication between health personnel and the general population.

HOW YOU CAN USE THIS MATERIAL:

These guidelines provide tools and strategies that health workers can use to support effective communication with the general population that will lead to strengthening, maintaining, or recovering trust in vaccines and immunization programs.

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Vaccine Misinformation Management Guide

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Reviewing current guidance for addressing a global infodemic and fostering demand for immunization.

HOW YOU CAN USE THIS MATERIAL:

Use the recommended strategies and approaches to develop evidence-based, and well-coordinated national action plans to rapidly counter vaccine misinformation and build demand for vaccination that are informed by social listening.

OVERVIEW:

Misinformation threatens the success of vaccination programs across the world.

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LNCT Online Learning Course: Designing Behavioral Strategies for Immunization

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Building your skills around diagnosing barriers to immunization demand.  

HOW YOU CAN USE THIS MATERIAL:

Apply the skills learned from these online course modules to design user-centered interventions to address vaccine hesitancy and demand generation challenges within your country.

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Can Social Media Monitoring Lead to Improved Perceptions About Immunization?

Authors: Eka Paatashvili, Gayane Sahakyan (MoH, Armenia), Svetlana Grigoryan (MoH, Armenia)

The recent COVID-19 crisis has shown how social media can be used successfully for community engagement and emotional support, as well as for providing the latest global evidence. Yet, we also see how it can be used as a tool to spread unverified rumors and misinformation about COVID-19,

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