Presentation on theme: "1 |1 | Countries using and planning to introduce IPV."— Presentation transcript:
1 |1 | Countries using and planning to introduce IPV
2 |2 | Countries using and planning to introduce IPV April 2015 status report This slide deck provides a summary per country on the status of planning for the introduction of Inactivated Poliomyelitis Vaccine (IPV). Information here is updated monthly based on information shared by WHO and UNICEF Regional Offices. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or updates on this email@example.com Definitions Formal decision to introduce: The country has documentation of its decision to introduce IPV which has been verified by the relevant WHO Regional Office, or for Gavi eligible countries, a complete application for IPV has been submitted to the Gavi Secretariat. Intent to introduce: The country has informally indicated that it plans to introduce IPV, e.g. planning an application to Gavi, or by requesting technical assistance to develop an IPV introduction plan. Tracking these decisions and informal intents provide an indication of the global trend towards meeting the targets of the Polio Eradication and Endgame Strategic Plan.
5 |5 | 108 countries introducing IPV between April 2015 and December 2015 Yemen and Mauritius are introducing in 2015 but no month of introduction available. Saint Lucia and Thailand are introducing in 2016. Tier 1 countries are countries with cVDPV2 transmission or cVDPV2 reported since 2000 & WPV endemic countries Tier 2 countries are countries with cVDPV 1/3 since 2000 or large /medium size countries with DTP3 coverage <80% in the past 3 years as per WUENIC Source: WHO/UNICEF database as at 02 April 2014
8 |8 | IPV Introduction status and planned introduction by 2015 The boundaries and names shown and the designations used on this map do not imply the expression of any opinion whatsoever on the part of the World Health Organization concerning the legal status of any country, territory, city or area or of its authorities, or concerning the delimitation of its frontiers or boundaries. Dotted lines on maps represent approximate border lines for which there may not yet be full agreement. WHO 2014. All rights reserved Introduced to date(84 countries or 43%) Introduction planned in Q2 2015 Introduction planned in Q3 2015 (24 countries or 12%) Introduction planned in 2016 (Thailand, Saint Lucia) or planned in 2015 but month of introduction not known (Mauritius and Yemen) Not Available Not applicable Introduction planned in Q4 2015 (42 countries or 22%) (40 countries or 21%) Data source: WHO/IVB Database, as of 02 April 2015 Map production: Immunization Vaccines and Biologicals (IVB), World Health Organization Since January 2013, the following countries have introduced IPV: Kazakhstan (July 2013); Peru (July 2013); Libya (March 2014); Albania (May 2014); Panama (July 2014); Nepal (September 2014); Tunisia (September 2014); Philippines (October 2014); China (December 2014); Comoros (January 2015); Senegal (January 2015); Serbia (January 2015); Colombia (February 2015) and Nigeria (February 2015), Bangladesh (March 2015) and Maldives (March 2015)