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Table 3 Factors and trends associated with complete vaccination coverage in rural areas, in the context of multiple initiatives

From: Rates of coverage and determinants of complete vaccination of children in rural areas of Burkina Faso (1998-2003)

Key events Complete vaccination coverage Factors associated with complete coverage
1993 29%  
1994 - Creation of health districts   
1994 - Devaluation of CFA franc   
1996 - Decentralization of public healthcare system   - Standard of living
1996 - National Vaccination Day 1   - Continuity of prenatal care and assisted delivery
1996 - Cooperation agreement with UNICEF to supply vaccines and consumables   - % of educated women
1996 - National Vaccination Day 2   
1997 - ARIVA project   
1998 - Implementation of measles control plan   
1998/1999 - 26%  
1999 - Funds allocated to health districts by the State   
1999 - National Vaccination Day 2 and introduction of self-blocking syringes and safety boxes   - Continuity of prenatal care and assisted delivery
2000 - Debt reduction through the HIPC initiative   - Number of other children aged 5 or under
2000 - Cost of syringes assumed by SPV and cost of vaccination cards by CoGes   
2000 - GAVI funding available   
2000 - Revival of the CCIA   
2001 - Adoption of the National Health Development Plan (PNDS)   
2001 - Strategic plan for social mobilization   
2001 - GAVI funding to strengthen the health system   
2003 41%