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Table 1 Showing studies conducted in slum populations in sub-Saharan Africa reporting immunization status of children since 2000

From: Immunization, urbanization and slums – a systematic review of factors and interventions

Ref First Author Year Population Country Sample size Immunization Status (%) Notes
Complete Partial Unimmunized
[10] <<Soura 2015 Children 12–59 months Burkina Faso 3103 93.3 6.7  
[65] Maina 2013 Children 12–23 months Kenya 380 76.6 23.4  
[64] Egondi 2015 Children 12–23 months Kenya 382 70.0 30.0  
[73] Bobossi-Serengibé 2014 Children <11 months CAR 400 67.0 33.0  
[66] Mutua 2011 Children 12–23 months Kenya 1848 58.0 42.0  
[10] <<Soura 2015 Children 12–59 months Kenya 1369 55.0 45.0  
[72] Mohamud 2014 Children 12–23 months Ethiopia 582 47.6 32.7 19.7 Low-income urban (not slum specifically)
[8] Fatiregun 2013 Children 12–23 months Nigeria 588 38.8 45.6 15.7 Low-income urban (not slum specifically)
[71] ^Antai 2012 Children >12 months Nigeria 604 24.3 75.7 Rural
^Antai 2012 Children >12 months Nigeria 593 15.2 84.8 Urban
^Antai 2012 Children >12 months Nigeria 1303 8.5 91.5 Rural-Urban migrant
  1. << and ^ denote results from the same study disaggregated by urban, rural or migration status