Supporting Community-based Organizations To Reignite a Culture of Immunization

This report examines the $120 billion spent by the federal government on public health measures including development and distribution of vaccines and if that money was spent to support the number one driver of vaccination rates in vulnerable communities: community-based organizations (CBOs). 

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Community Assessment and Engagement

Community assessment is a systematic process by which a community’s health status and related factors are examined; it is used to identify problems and assets in a community. Through community engagement, stakeholders work together to address health-related issues and promote well-being with the goal of improving health outcomes. These two processes work hand-in-hand to facilitate health improvements. COVID-19 has changed the assessment landscape in many ways–introducing new challenges for engagement, upending pre-pandemic implementation plans, and necessitating new and updated data to understand emerging health impacts and needs.


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Communities and Neighborhoods