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Table 2 Themes and Categories Developed from the Study

From: Ensuring sustainability of polio immunization in health system transition: lessons from the polio eradication initiative in Indonesia

No Themes Categories
1 Political support Competing priority at the national and sub-national level
Disparities at the subnational level
The preventive measure was not a priority in health budget allocation
2 Funding stability Decreased health budget during the transition
Low health budget allocation at the sub-national level
3 Partnership Collapsed Puskesmas (Primary Health Center - PHC) and Posyandu (Integrated health post)
4 Organizational capacity Insufficient leadership capacity among policymakers at the sub-national level
Differences in human resource capacity at the national level before and after decentralization
5 Program adaptation Adaptation of funding sources
6 Program evaluation Supervision of district was decreased
7 Communication There was a gap in advocacy capacity among the sub-national levels
Decreased socialization
8 Public impact Vaccine hesitancy
Legal issue due to AEFI
Involving key persons as a strategy tackling anti-vaccine movement
NID was perceived as the biggest community movement in health
9 Strategic planning No significant impact of decentralization on polio strategic planning
The characteristics of the polio eradication initiative as a contributing factor for the success of the program