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|Equity and Transparency in Accessing COVID-19 Vaccines in|
|Using COVID-19 vaccination as a case study, this brief highlights drivers of inequity and bribery within the|
health system that may impede Uganda from realizing UHC. These learnings should be used to inform future
and current health crises, such as the ongoing Ebola outbreak
|Health workers’ perceptions and|
experience regarding corruption
within the health care system:
A case of COVID-19 vaccination
|Access to healthcare can mean the difference between life and death yet the health sector is not|
immune to corruption. The advent of COVID-19 did not only stretch the already burdened health
system in Uganda but also brought-with it corruption in the vaccine administration, getting proof of
vaccination card and/ or buying falsified vaccination certificates.
|Report on the Equitable and Transparent access of Covid-19 vaccines in six selected districts in Uganda||Vaccination towards Corona Virus Disease (COVID-19) has been recommended and adopted as one of|
the measures of reducing the spread of this novel disease worldwide. Despite this, vaccine uptake among
the Ugandan population has been low with reasons surrounding this being unknown
|TUI Survey On Distribution Of COVID-19 Vaccines 2022 ||Uganda plans to vaccinate an eligible population of 22 million people representing 49.8% of the|
population as a means of optimal control of the pandemic. With over 32,096,440 doses of different
vaccines received as at 31st December 20211, Transparency International Uganda conducted a survey on the effectiveness of vaccine supply chains and delivery mechanisms. This was conducted in 10 districts of Uganda with a total of 11,880 vaccinated and non-vaccinated respondents.
|Corruption Perceptions Index 2021 ||The African Development Bank (AfDB) is a regional multilateral development bank, engaged in|
promoting the economic development and social progress of countries on the continent.