IMMUNIZATION PROGRAMME, MIZORAM

Introduction : The Expanded Programme of Immunization (EPI) has two vital components, namely Immunization of pregnant women against Tetanus and immunization of children in their first year of life against the six EPI target diseases.
The immunization services are being provided through existing network of Hospitals, Main Centres, CHC, PHC, Sub Centres and Dispensaries. Besides, Pulse Polio Immunization of children under five years of age are given additional polio drop every eyar which resulted in decline of poliomyelitis in the State.

The Expanded Programme of Immunization (EPI) has two vital components, namely Immunization of pregnant women against Tetanus and immunization of children in this first year of life against the six EPI target diseases.
The immunization services are being provided through existing network of Hospitals, Main Centres, CHC, PHC, Sub. Centres and Dispensaries. Besides, Pulse Polio Immunization of children under five years of age given additional polio drop every year which resulted in decline of poliomyelitis in the State.

IMMUNIZATION SCHEDULE
Immunization against eight preventable diseases –


Vaccines

Age

Remarks

BCG

At birth or up to one year of age


OPV

OPV ‘0’ dose : within 15 days of birth
6,10 & 14 weeks (Booster at 16-24 months)


DPT

At 6 10 & 14 weeks (DPT boosters at 16-24 months & at 5-6 years)


Hepatitis B 1, 2 & 3

At 6, 10 & 14 weeks


Measles

1st dose 9 completed month – 12 months
2nd dose at 16-24 months (given up to 5 years, if not received earlier)


Vitamin A (1st dose)

At 9 months with measles vaccination


Vitamin A (2nd -9th dose)

16 months with DPT/OPV booster, then 1 dose every 6 months upto 5 years


Japanese Encephalitis

16-24 months (in endemic states after the campaign)


** Introduction of New Vaccines (Hep B & Measles 2nd dose)


Vaccines

Age

BCG

At birth or up to one year of age

OPV

OPV ‘0’ dose : within 15 days of birth
6,10 & 14 weeks (Booster at 16-24 months)

DPT

At 6 10 & 14 weeks (DPT boosters at 16-24 months & at 5-6 years)

Hepatitis B 1, 2 & 3

At 6, 10 & 14 weeks

Measles

1st dose 9 completed month – 12 months
2nd dose at 16-24 months (given up to 5 years, if not received earlier)

Vitamin A (1st dose)

At 9 months with measles vaccination

Vitamin A (2nd -9th dose)

16 months with DPT/OPV booster, then 1 dose every 6 months upto 5 years

Japanese Encephalitis

16-24 months (in endemic states after the campaign)


Achievement for the year 2016-17

Target

Achivmnt

%

Vaccines

PW Target -25570

18995

74.3

TT(PW)

Infant Target -24130

19473

80.7

BCG

311

1.3

DPT

17522

72.6

OPV

18399

76.2

Measle1

16245

67.3

Measle2


17772

73.7

Full Immu.

Achievement during 2010-2015

i) Achievement : Year-wise


Vaccine

2010-11

2011-2012

2012-2013


Target

Achiv.

%

Target

Achiv.

%

Target

Achiv.

%

TT(PW)

29157

20959

71.88

30178

21304

69.35

28532

211160

74.16

BCG

26204

22714

86.68

27631

23352

84.51

25030

23303

93.10

DPT

26204

22808

87.04

27632

23957

86.70

25030

22374

89.39

OPV

26204

22791

86.98

27629

22377

80.99

25030

22367

89.36

Measle

26204

21684

82.75

27632

21244

76.88

25030

20801

83.10

Full Immu.

26204

22598

86.24

27629

21249

77.63

25030

19973

78.80

2013-2014

2014-2015

2015-16

Target

Achiv.

%

Target

Achiv.

%

Target

Achiv.

%

25235

20729

82.10

25159

19960

79.3

25159

19656

78.1

25235

19950

87.80

22815

22723

99.6

22815

20343

89.2

25235

20818

91.60

22815

19696

86.3

22815

14926

65.4

25235

20949

92.20

22815

19686

86.3

22815

19273

84.5

25235

19555

86.10

22815

18472

81.0

22815

18845

82.6

25235

19954

83.00

22815

13569

59.5

22815

18411

80.7