Below are reports about the Measles Initiative campaigns.

Integration CAMPAIGNS


Action Against Worms
Disease Control Priorities Project Deworming Fact Sheet, August 2008

Insecticide-Treated Nets:

Sustained High Coverage of Insecticide-Treated Bednets through Combined Catch-Up and Keep-Up Strategies
Integrating Insecticide-Treated Bednets into a Measles Vaccination Campaign Achieves High, Rapid and Equitable Coverage with Direct and Voucher-Based Methods
Distributing Insecticide-Treated Bednets During Measles Vaccination: A Low-Cost Means of Achieving High and Equitable Coverage
Distribution of Insecticide-Treated Bednets During a Polio Immunization Campaign: Niger, 2005
Distribution of Insecticide-Treated Bednets During an Integrated Nationwide Immunization Campaign: Togo, West Africa, December 2004

Vitamin A:

Integration of Vitamin A Supplementation with Immunization: Policy and Programme Implications
Distribution of Vitamin A During National Immunization Days

Injection Safety CAMPAIGNS

Mass Measles Immunization Campaigns: Reporting and Investigating Adverse Events Following Immunization
Surveillance for Adverse Events Following Immunization: Field Guide for Managers of Immunization Programmes
Ensuring Injection Safety During Measles Immunization Campaigns: More Than Auto-Disable Syringes and Safety Boxes
Adverse Events Following Immunization Attributable to Measles Vaccine are Rare
WHO Aide Memoire: To Ensure the Efficiency and Safety of Mass Immunization Campaigns with Injectable Vaccines
WHO Aide Memoire: AEFI Investigations

Medical Waste Management Campaigns

Aide-Memoire: Safe Health Care Waste Management
Designing Safe Syringe Disposal Systems for Immunization Services
Management of Waste from Injection Activities at District Level