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Table 1 Findings on routine immunization supportive supervision using Integrated Supportive Supervision (ISS) tool, Kenya, July 2018 – September 2019

From: The role of the Stop Transmission of Polio (STOP) program in developing countries: the experience of Kenya

Characteristics Yes No
N % N %
Availability of updated schedule for routine immunization sessions 686 86.6% 106 13.4%
Fixed routine immunization sessions implemented 738 93.2% 54 6.8%
Outreach routine immunization sessions implemented 535 67.5% 257 32.5%
Interrupted routine immunization sessions 219 27.6% 573 72.4%
Availability of updated routine immunization monitoring chart 422 53.3% 370 46.7%
Availability of immunization related Information Education and Communication (IEC) materials 68 8.6% 724 91.4%
Availability of functional fridge 765 96.6% 27 3.4%
OPV in good condition (VVM stage 1 and 2) 703 88.7% 89 11.3%
Knowledge on VVM reading 728 91.9% 64 8.1%
Knowledge on vaccine shake test 264 33.3% 528 66.7%
OPV stock out 546 69.0% 246 31.0%
AEFI reporting 111 14.0% 681 86.0%
Availability of vaccine ledger book 732 92.4% 60 7.6%
Availability of funds for strengthening routine immunization for the last 1 year 339 42.8% 453 57.2%