Responding to populations needs
The design, management and delivery of immunization services should be shaped by and responsive to the needs of individuals and communities, including addressing barriers to access to immunization services due to age, location, social and cultural norms and gender-related factors.
Driving progress from the bottom up
Countries should establish targets that represent the local context and should be held accountable for achieving them.
Aligning efforts to maximize impact
Immunization partners should align and coordinate their actions to increase efficiency, build on complementarity and involve sectors beyond immunization for mutual benefit.
Promoting evidence-based decision-making
High-quality, “fit-for-purpose” data will be used to track progress, improve programme performance and form the basis of decision-making at all levels.