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1. it is true that we are in a mobile context but every population lives in an area where there are chiefs of neighborhoods and leaders where each new family is linked to another (close acquaintance) and the opposite women are in General grouped into weekly savings tontine. Every new family coming is known somewhere in the city. Grassroots organizations living in neighbourhoods will move from family to family to identify children and each of them will have an ID 2. Apart from the administrative number, we expect a higher number because the reported blankets, hitherto are above 100% to more than 20,000 children in the 2 districts.
Yes advanced screening strategies we have done with other programs such as community-based malnutrition testing always gives us good results beyond the administrative results because community organizations appropriate to these interventions. And the advanced strategies of routine in vaccination we always have the pockets of children not accessible with their corollary of epidemics with diseases preventable by vaccination, limited by factors resources concerted by the under-estimation of targets.

3. Our partners appreciate well our initiative for the term of immunization equity cover all children, identify all communicable diseases.
We needed help with stakeholders to solve the accessibility of immunization services to that population collegially, we could trace them codify them to actually prove the results of our interventions so that ls are appropriating.