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MONTHLY UPDATE: Cases of IPD in Children and Adults Admitted to Kilifi County Hospital


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World Pneumonia Day 2019


{“main-title”:{“component”:”hc_title”,”id”:”main-title”,”subtitle”:””,”title_content”:{“component”:”hc_title_image”,”id”:”title-image”,”image”:””,”full_screen”:false,”full_screen_height”:””,”parallax”:false,”bleed”:””,”ken_burn”:””,”overlay”:””,”breadcrumbs”:false,”white”:true},”title”:”World Pneumonia Day 2019″},”section_5ZtkF”:{“component”:”hc_section”,”id”:”section_5ZtkF”,”section_width”:””,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”vertical_row”:””,”box_middle”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”section_content”:[{“component”:”hc_column”,”id”:”column_vtfQF”,”column_width”:”col-md-12″,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”main_content”:[{“component”:”hc_wp_editor”,”id”:”Xhugf”,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”editor_content”:”\n\nIn November 2019, a team from the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme worked with Ministry of Health staff in Kilifi County, Kenya, to organise a series of events for World Pneumonia Day, which is marked annually on 12 November.\n Photos from the events and interviews […]


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Effect of ten-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine on invasive pneumococcal disease and nasopharyngeal carriage in Kenya: a longitudinal surveillance study


{“main-title”:{“component”:”hc_title”,”id”:”main-title”,”subtitle”:””,”title_content”:{“component”:”hc_title_image”,”id”:”title-image”,”image”:””,”full_screen”:false,”full_screen_height”:””,”parallax”:false,”bleed”:””,”ken_burn”:””,”overlay”:””,”breadcrumbs”:false,”white”:true},”title”:”Effect of ten-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine on invasive pneumococcal disease and nasopharyngeal carriage in Kenya: a longitudinal surveillance study”},”section_5ZtkF”:{“component”:”hc_section”,”id”:”section_5ZtkF”,”section_width”:””,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”vertical_row”:””,”box_middle”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”section_content”:[{“component”:”hc_column”,”id”:”column_vtfQF”,”column_width”:”col-md-12″,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”main_content”:[{“component”:”hc_wp_editor”,”id”:”Xhugf”,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”editor_content”:” The Lancet, Volume 393, May 2019. \n \n DOWNLOAD PDF \n \n Summary \n Background \nTen-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (PCV10), delivered at 6, 10, and 14 weeks of age was introduced in Kenya in January, 2011, accompanied by […]


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Sustaining pneumococcal vaccination after transitioning from Gavi support: a modelling and cost-effectiveness study in Kenya


{“main-title”:{“component”:”hc_title”,”id”:”main-title”,”subtitle”:””,”title_content”:{“component”:”hc_title_image”,”id”:”title-image”,”image”:””,”full_screen”:false,”full_screen_height”:””,”parallax”:false,”bleed”:””,”ken_burn”:””,”overlay”:””,”breadcrumbs”:false,”white”:true},”title”:”Sustaining pneumococcal vaccination after transitioning from Gavi support: a modelling and cost-effectiveness study in Kenya”},”section_5ZtkF”:{“component”:”hc_section”,”id”:”section_5ZtkF”,”section_width”:””,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”vertical_row”:””,”box_middle”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”section_content”:[{“component”:”hc_column”,”id”:”column_vtfQF”,”column_width”:”col-md-12″,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”main_content”:[{“component”:”hc_wp_editor”,”id”:”Xhugf”,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”editor_content”:” Lancet Global Health Volume 7, May 2019. \n \n DOWNLOAD PDF \n \n Summary \n Background \nIn 2009, Gavi, the World Bank, and donors launched the pneumococcal Advance Market Commitment, which helped countries access more affordable pneumococcal vaccines. As many low-income countries […]


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Discussion with John Ojal: Cost-Effectiveness of Sustaining Kenya’s PCV Program


{“main-title”:{“component”:”hc_title”,”id”:”main-title”,”subtitle”:””,”title_content”:{“component”:”hc_title_image”,”id”:”title-image”,”image”:””,”full_screen”:false,”full_screen_height”:””,”parallax”:false,”bleed”:””,”ken_burn”:””,”overlay”:””,”breadcrumbs”:false,”white”:true},”title”:”Discussion with John Ojal: Cost-Effectiveness of Sustaining Kenya’s PCV Program”},”section_5ZtkF”:{“component”:”hc_section”,”id”:”section_5ZtkF”,”section_width”:””,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”vertical_row”:””,”box_middle”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”section_content”:[{“component”:”hc_column”,”id”:”column_vtfQF”,”column_width”:”col-md-12″,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”main_content”:[{“component”:”hc_wp_editor”,”id”:”Xhugf”,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”editor_content”:” Podcast, April 2019. \n DOWNLOAD MP4 \n Summary \nAs their economies grow and they transition out of Gavi financial support, many low-income countries will need to consider the value of continuing their previously-subsidized vaccine programs at full cost. Using Kenya as a case example, the […]


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Continuing pneumococcal vaccination in Kenya after transitioning from Gavi support is cost-effective


{“main-title”:{“component”:”hc_title”,”id”:”main-title”,”subtitle”:””,”title_content”:{“component”:”hc_title_image”,”id”:”title-image”,”image”:””,”full_screen”:false,”full_screen_height”:””,”parallax”:false,”bleed”:””,”ken_burn”:””,”overlay”:””,”breadcrumbs”:false,”white”:true},”title”:”Continuing pneumococcal vaccination in Kenya after transitioning from Gavi support is cost-effective”},”section_5ZtkF”:{“component”:”hc_section”,”id”:”section_5ZtkF”,”section_width”:””,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”vertical_row”:””,”box_middle”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”section_content”:[{“component”:”hc_column”,”id”:”column_vtfQF”,”column_width”:”col-md-12″,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”main_content”:[{“component”:”hc_wp_editor”,”id”:”Xhugf”,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”editor_content”:” Research Brief, April 2019. \n DOWNLOAD PDF \n Summary \nAs their economies grow and they transition out of Gavi financial support, many low-income countries will need to consider the value of continuing their previously-subsidized vaccine programs at full cost. Using Kenya as a […]


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Substantial population protection from Invasive Pneumococcal Disease associated with PCV10 vaccine program in Kilifi, Kenya


{“main-title”:{“component”:”hc_title”,”id”:”main-title”,”subtitle”:””,”title_content”:{“component”:”hc_title_image”,”id”:”title-image”,”image”:””,”full_screen”:false,”full_screen_height”:””,”parallax”:false,”bleed”:””,”ken_burn”:””,”overlay”:””,”breadcrumbs”:false,”white”:true},”title”:”Substantial population protection from Invasive Pneumococcal Disease associated with PCV10 vaccine program in Kilifi, Kenya”},”section_5ZtkF”:{“component”:”hc_section”,”id”:”section_5ZtkF”,”section_width”:””,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”vertical_row”:””,”box_middle”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”section_content”:[{“component”:”hc_column”,”id”:”column_vtfQF”,”column_width”:”col-md-12″,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”main_content”:[{“component”:”hc_wp_editor”,”id”:”Xhugf”,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”editor_content”:” Research Brief, April 2019 \n \n DOWNLOAD PDF \n \n Summary \nThe Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine Impact Study (PCVIS) has demonstrated the population effects of 10-valent Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (PCV10) in Kenya. This brief focuses on the substantial impact of PCV10 on invasive […]


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PCV10 vaccine significantly reduced childhood pneumonia in Kilifi, Kenya


{“main-title”:{“component”:”hc_title”,”id”:”main-title”,”subtitle”:””,”title_content”:{“component”:”hc_title_image”,”id”:”title-image”,”image”:””,”full_screen”:false,”full_screen_height”:””,”parallax”:false,”bleed”:””,”ken_burn”:””,”overlay”:””,”breadcrumbs”:false,”white”:true},”title”:”PCV10 vaccine significantly reduced childhood pneumonia in Kilifi, Kenya”},”section_5ZtkF”:{“component”:”hc_section”,”id”:”section_5ZtkF”,”section_width”:””,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”vertical_row”:””,”box_middle”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”section_content”:[{“component”:”hc_column”,”id”:”column_vtfQF”,”column_width”:”col-md-12″,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”main_content”:[{“component”:”hc_wp_editor”,”id”:”Xhugf”,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”editor_content”:” Research Brief, March 2019 \n \n DOWNLOAD PDF \n \n Summary \nThe introduction of 10-valent Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine (PCV10) led to a substantial reduction in the number of children hospitalized with pneumonia in Kilifi, Kenya. This brief presents results from the Pneumococcal Conjugate Vaccine Impact Study (PCVIS) on […]


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Effect of 10-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine on the incidence of radiologically-confirmed and clinically-defined pneumonia in Kenyan children: an interrupted time-series analysis


{“main-title”:{“component”:”hc_title”,”id”:”main-title”,”subtitle”:””,”title_content”:{“component”:”hc_title_image”,”id”:”title-image”,”image”:””,”full_screen”:false,”full_screen_height”:””,”parallax”:false,”bleed”:””,”ken_burn”:””,”overlay”:””,”breadcrumbs”:false,”white”:true},”title”:”Effect of 10-valent pneumococcal conjugate vaccine on the incidence of radiologically-confirmed and clinically-defined pneumonia in Kenyan children: an interrupted time-series analysis”},”section_5ZtkF”:{“component”:”hc_section”,”id”:”section_5ZtkF”,”section_width”:””,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”vertical_row”:””,”box_middle”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”section_content”:[{“component”:”hc_column”,”id”:”column_vtfQF”,”column_width”:”col-md-12″,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”main_content”:[{“component”:”hc_wp_editor”,”id”:”Xhugf”,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”editor_content”:” Lancet Global Health, Volume 7, March 2019. \n \n DOWNLOAD PDF \n \n Summary \n Background \nPneumococcal conjugate vaccines (PCV) are highly protective against invasive pneumococcal disease caused by vaccine serotypes, but the burden of pneumococcal […]


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Coverage and timeliness of vaccination and the validity of routine estimates: Insights from a vaccine registry in Kenya


{“main-title”:{“component”:”hc_title”,”id”:”main-title”,”subtitle”:””,”title_content”:{“component”:”hc_title_image”,”id”:”title-image”,”image”:””,”full_screen”:false,”full_screen_height”:””,”parallax”:false,”bleed”:””,”ken_burn”:””,”overlay”:””,”breadcrumbs”:false,”white”:true},”title”:”Coverage and timeliness of vaccination and the validity of routine estimates: Insights from a vaccine registry in Kenya”},”section_5ZtkF”:{“component”:”hc_section”,”id”:”section_5ZtkF”,”section_width”:””,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”vertical_row”:””,”box_middle”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”section_content”:[{“component”:”hc_column”,”id”:”column_vtfQF”,”column_width”:”col-md-12″,”animation”:””,”animation_time”:””,”timeline_animation”:””,”timeline_delay”:””,”timeline_order”:””,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”main_content”:[{“component”:”hc_wp_editor”,”id”:”Xhugf”,”css_classes”:””,”custom_css_classes”:””,”custom_css_styles”:””,”editor_content”:” Vaccine, December 2018 \n \n DOWNLOAD PDF \n \n Summary \n \n Background \n \n The benefits of childhood vaccines are critically dependent on vaccination coverage. We used a vaccine registry (as gold standard) in Kenya to quantify errors in […]


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