Immunization coverage remains low, particularly in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC), despite its proven effectiveness in reducing the burden of childhood infectious diseases. In order to reach these children, a variety of interventions have been developed and, in some cases, their effect has been evaluated. The interventions included organising village meetings where immunisation was discussed and promoted; giving information to mothers during their visits to clinics; and distributing specially designed immunisation cards to remind mothers of their children’s immunisation appointments.Despite the free health vaccines of the Expanded Programme on Immunization in Cameroon coverage capped at least 85%, despite the fixed and advanced strategies. Many interventions provide information on the participation of community members to improve immunization coverage.

Key findings
?  Village meetings lead to an increase in the number of children who get vaccinated.
?  Giving  information  to  mothers  during  visits  to  the  clinic  may  increase  the  number  of children who get vaccinated.
?  Giving  them  specially  designed  immunisation  cards  may  increase  the  number  of children who get vaccinated.