Table 2

Expanded Program for Immunization (EPI) coverage estimates (%) with 95% confidence interval, children 9 to 11 and 12 to 23 months old, by study site, 2006-2011
Survey EPI estimates Administrative coverage
9 to 11 months 12 to 23 months
Country Location Year VC % CI 95% VC % CI 95% CV % Area Year
Chad N’Djamena 2005 21.3 [13.5;32.0] 31.3 [27.2;35.7] 48% National 2005
DRC Matadi 2006 79.4 [66.4;88.2] 87.7 [81.0;92.2] 71% National 2005
Mbuji Mayi 2006 50.7 [44.7;56.8] 71.4 [67.1;75.3] 67.2% Mbuji-Mayi 2005
Cameroon Maroua 2009 65.9 [50.7;78.3] 66.1 [58.5;73.0] 89% City 2008
Chad N’Djamena 2010 30.9 [22.6;40.8] 68.6 [61.7;74.7 72% National 2009
Malawi Blantyre 2010 37.3 [25.2;51.3] 97.9 [95.1;99.1] 92% National 2009
Chiradzulu 2010 59.6 [44.9;72.8] 98.2 [95.1;99.4]
Thyolo 2010 51.8 [37.8;65.6] 95.5 [92.0;97.6]
Mangochi 2010 54.3 [43.7;64.5] 91.3 [87.4;94.0]
Lilongwe 2010 74.4 [63.4;83.0] 93.6 [87.2;96.9]
Mzimba 2010 53.6 [43.7;63.3] 90.9 [86.9;93.7]
Balaka - Machinga 2010 78.3 [64.5;87.7] 97.6 [95.1;98.8]
Overall 2010 57.7 [52.3;62.9] 95.0 [93.6;96.0]
DRC Likasi city 2011 58.4 [47.6;68.5] 85.9 [80.9;89.7] 96% to 129% City 2010
Lubumbashi city 2011 51.4 [37.8;64.8] 76.6 [69.6;82.5] 57% to 153% City 2010
Kapolowe 2011 76.5 [50.1;91.3] 69.0 [55.2;80.1] 73% Health zone 2010
Kambove 2011 74.6 [46.9;90.7] 61.9 [46.9;74.9] 90% Health zone 2010
Kasenga 2011 75.5 [55.3;88.5] 77.6 [69.5;84.0] 103% Health zone 2010
Malemba-Nkulu 2011 61.7 [42.7;77.7] 76.1 [68.2;82.4] 90% Health zone 2010
Kipushi 2011 91.6 [69.5;98.1] 83.8 [74.0;90.3] 78% Health zone 2010
Overall 2011 57.6 [48.4;66.2] 76.4 [72.1;80.2] -
Burundi Kirundo 2011 83.4 [58.4;94.7] 99.1 [93.1;99.9] 88% National 2010
Chad Moissala (1) 2011 54.9 [38.8;70.0] 73.5 [64.2;81.0] 87% National 2009
Moissala (2) 2011 32.8 [23.2;44.3] 71.6 [61.0;80.2]
Overall 2011 49.1 [37.2;61.2] 73.1 [65.5;79.4]
CAR Kabo 2011 17.0 [5.6;41.3] 63.7 [48.1;76.9] 62.5% Batangafo 2010
Batangafo 2011 46.2 [33.2;59.7] 72.7 [66.4;78.3] 62% National 2009

VC: Vaccine coverage; 95% CI: 95% confidence interval; DRC: Democratic Republic of Congo; CAR: Central African Republic.

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