Ministry of Health Measles and Vitamin A: Household Survey Questionnaires Mobile App
After any vaccination campaign, follow-up study and evaluation is necessary to assess the impact and plan future responses for disease control.
How does it work?
After conducting a Measles Immunization and Vitamin A supplementation campaign, health officials should collect household data to understand vaccination rates, measles cases or exposure, complications, or any barriers that led to unvaccinated children. The Ministry of Health Measles and Vitamin A: Household Survey Questionnaires app provides a health organization worker with talking points and survey questions to gather household information as a follow-up to a measles immunization campaign. With the app, those conducting the survey can list all children in the household and collect information on each one. Information gathered includes which children received the measles vaccination during the campaign, where the vaccine was provided, if any complications arose, and if the children had received the vaccine before. If any child did not get vaccinated, the caretaker can explain the reason. The Ministry of Health Measles and Vitamin A: Household Survey Questionnaires app will help the public health organization efficiently gather information to inform future measles immunization activities.