Kenya’s Ministry of Public Health, working with UNICEF, has twice a year conducted Malezi Bora (child health) campaigns to ensure childhood vaccination, along with provision of other vital health interventions. Since 2009, they have monitored the campaigns, from drug supplies to parental satisfaction, with Magpi (formerly EpiSurveyor). Using this low-cost electronic means of monitoring campaign activity has meant a dramatically improved ability to ensure that each child in Kenya receives the healthcare they need. Kenya also uses Magpi for many other purposes: tracking outbreaks, measuring vaccine coverage, and more.
LQAS Monitoring Report
Monitoring the quality of supplementary immunization activities (SIAs) is a key tool for polio eradication. Regular monitoring data, however, are often unreliable. To address this challenge, the World Health Organization introduced lot quality assurance sampling (LQAS) as an additional tool to monitor SIA quality.Download the Report