Other evaluations

3ie supports formative or process evaluations to help determine if an impact evaluation will be feasible or to inform its design. We are making selected ones available through our publication database. Please visit our programme pages to find complete lists of formative or process evaluations that may have been done for a given programme.

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Other evaluations

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Improving vaccination initiation and completion via vaccine indicator and reminder bands: a formative study in Nigeria

Other evaluation 3ie 2019
According to the World Health Organisation, Nigeria accounts for approximately 28 per cent of global child mortality due to vaccine-preventable diseases.

Increasing immunisation in Karachi, Pakistan:

Increasing immunisation in Karachi, Pakistan: a feasibility and acceptability study of the vaccine indicator and reminder band community intervention

Other evaluation 2019
This study explores the feasibility and acceptability of using anklets worn by children as a visual reminder for caregivers to encourage timely initiation and completion of routine immunisation in Pakistain

Closing the immunisation gap in Ethiopia

Closing the immunisation gap in Ethiopia: a formative evaluation of ‘The Fifth Child Project’

Other evaluation 2019
This is an evaluation of the International Rescue Committee's Fifth Child Project in Ethiopia, where community-based health workers are collaborating with community leaders to register, counsel and track all pregnant women and infants in order to increase immunisation uptake.

Increasing immunisation in Ogun State, Nigeria: a formative evaluation of a participatory action research intervention

Increasing immunisation in Ogun State, Nigeria: a formative evaluation of a participatory action research intervention

Other evaluation 3ie 2019
In 2005, Nigeria adopted the Reach Every Ward strategy to improve vaccination coverage for children 0-23 months old. By 2015, Ogun State in the southwestern region had achieved full immunisation coverage in 12 out of 20 of its local government areas (LGAs).

Improving immunisation coverage in Ethiopia

Improving immunisation coverage in Ethiopia: a formative evaluation in pastoral communities

Other evaluation 2019
In Ethiopia, approximately 15 million people practice pastoralism. Although there have been significant improvements in the health sector over the last decade, the government’s Health Extension Program static health posts are still unable to address the needs of the pastoral communities adequately.

Community-checklists-immunisation-Myanmar

Collaborative community checklists for immunisation: a feasibility and acceptability study in rural Myanmar

Other evaluation 3ie 2019
This formative evaluation tests a new approach, collaborative checklists, to educate and involve communities in the provision of immunisation services in Myanmar