VIDEO: Cost-effectiveness of an intervention to increase immunization coverage in Pakistan

This is a presentation of the results of a cost-effectiveness study to improve immunization uptake among children under 2 years of age and pregnant women in Sindh province in Pakistan.

The study was commissioned by the health office at the USAID Mission in Pakistan and sought to address three (3) main questions with respect to this program:

  1. What was the cost-effectiveness of this program to improve vaccination among children under 2 and pregnant women in four low-coverage districts in Sindh (Jacobabad, Kashmore, Tharparkar, and Thatta) from a USAID perspective?
  2. What is the estimated cost-effectiveness of the program if it had been implemented by the Government of Sindh Department of Health (GOSDOH)?
  3. Would the program be sustainable?​
Report Author(s): 
Edward Broughton
USAID Applying Science to Strengthen and Improve Systems (ASSIST) Project/URC
ASSIST publication: 
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