Evaluation of access and utilization of EPI services amongst children 12-23 months in Kwahu Afram Plains, Eastern region, Ghana

@inproceedings{Sally2017EvaluationOA,
  title={Evaluation of access and utilization of EPI services amongst children 12-23 months in Kwahu Afram Plains, Eastern region, Ghana},
  author={Emmanuel Tettey Sally and Ernest Kenu},
  booktitle={The Pan African medical journal},
  year={2017}
}
Introduction High vaccination coverage is required to successfully control, eliminate and eradicate vaccine preventable diseases (VPDs). In Ghana, access complete vaccination coverage is 77%. However, sustaining high coverages in island communities such as Kwahu Afram Plains North (KAPN) is still a challenge. Methods Study site and settings, an Island district. It targeted children aged 12-23 months. We used a modified WHO EPI 30 by 7 cluster sampling approach. Semi-structured questionnaires… CONTINUE READING

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