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Using group based micro credit (collateral free) to stimulate caregivers/communities to proactively seek out vaccination services.

Using group based micro credit (collateral free) to stimulate caregivers/communities to proactively seek out vaccination services.

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Isa commented on VacciPlus

Hi Joost Schouten ,

Our tech aspect covers the community lending and savings modules, with a key component being focused on the loan repayments. In terms of use of the micro credit, it varies from one community to another depending on the economic activities that are viable in that particular community.

Warm regards,
Dan

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Isa commented on VacciPlus

Hi Isaac Jumba ,

Thanks for the heads up concerning the user journey, I'm currently working on it using the material you sent and I will upload it during the week.

Concerning on-boarding more team members, it would be awesome to get member of the IDEO community involved. Any thoughts on how to go about this ?

Lastly, the ideal partners would be local NGO's and international agencies like UNICEF & UKAID.

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Isa commented on VacciPlus

Anne-Laure Fayard  Sure thing. The micro-credit model is based entirely upon the community/group with the main entry criteria being that all the caregiver's children/ward have taken all available immunizations or currently undergoing an immunization schedule. Being a group based model, peer pressure, word of mouth and also interventions enable each member to seek out all available immunization services thereby increasing the demand for immunization (plus other medical services). These members also become champions of immunization in their local environments and help to on-board new members to the group.