Since 1990 under-five child mortality
has fallen by 47%
1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015
Despite this,
1 in 26 children still die
before reaching the age of five.
Most of these deaths are
preventable
Less than half
The number of people worldwide have access to the health services they need. Although global vaccination coverage is at a historic high of 85%, 20 million infants each year still go without immunization.
60% of children
The proportion of unimmunised children who live in these ten countries: Afghanistan, Angola, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Iraq, Nigeria, Pakistan and South Africa.
Acasus Team
We work with governments to support health system reform.
Ethiopia Pakistan Mozambique Democratic Republic of Congo
Democratic Republic of Congo
Ethiopia
Mozambique
Pakistan
Challenge
Successful interventions in these countries will close the global immunization gap, reducing child mortality.
Expertise
We focus on low-cost interventions with a proven track record, including vaccination, integrated management of childhood disease, treatment protocols for malnutrition and good care around the time of delivery.
Solution
The challenge is implementing and scaling these interventions. Our products are designed to help governments do exactly that
Follow the example

Between 2014 and 2017, Punjab and Pakistan achieved unprecedented gains in immunisation, with coverage increasing by 35 percentage points.

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Between 2014 and 2017, Punjab and Pakistan achieved unprecedented gains in immunisation, with coverage increasing by 35 percentage points.


Roundtable discussion about the reminder bracelet project
This is Melinda from Acasus HR and welcome to our new podcast session about which I could not be more excited since we are doing a roundtable discussion today. Please welcome our guests who came up with a brilliant, innovative, creative solution for improving immunization coverage in Ethiopia using reminder bracelets! Please welcome Kirobel Begashaw, Tsion Tewodros and Guluma Berhanu.
By Luca Hajd├║
On 03 February 2022
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Best practices for generating demand for health services and vaccination in developing economies
Generating ongoing demand for vaccines and health services in developing countries is complex and difficult. Specific population groups such as nomadic populations, religious communities and people located in remote villages in deserted areas are especially difficult to reach and to convince.
By Alexandre Mpasinas
On 02 November 2021
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Delivery
Increasing demand for immunization
By Ahmed Razzak and Fenton Whelan
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02 December 2022
Hesitancy around vaccination is a growing challenge across the world. Our most recent data from Africa shows 72% of individuals expressing..
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Public Health
Reaching twenty million children in two weeks: Learnings from Sindh, Pakistan
By Madiha Shekhani
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27 September 2022
The province of Sindh in Pakistan ran one of the largest Measles-Rubella (MR) vaccination campaigns, reaching around twenty million..
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The effective use of data in the public sector is often hindered by challenges unique to the various regions in which we work. By utilizing..
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