BMC Research Notes
(Accessed 4 March 2017)
Utilization of outreach immunization services among children in Hoima District, Uganda: a cluster survey
The global vaccine action plan 2011–2020 was endorsed by 194 states to equitably extend the benefits of immunization to all people. However, gaps in vaccination coverage remain in developing countries such as Uganda. One of the strategies used to tackle existing inequities is implementation of outreach immunization services to deliver services to those with poor geographical access. However, reports of inconsistent use of these services prevail; therefore understanding the factors associated with use of these services is critical for improving service delivery. This study examined the factors associated with utilization of outreach immunization services among children aged 10–23 months in Hoima District, Uganda.
Paul Oryema, Juliet N. Babirye, Charles Baguma, Peter Wasswa and David Guwatudde
BMC Research Notes 2017 10:111
Published on: 27 February 2017