Immunization Agenda 2030

Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health / 2022 / Global & Public Health

Overview page of the IA2030 Scorecard - Global view. In view, are horizontal bar charts displaying data for two Impact Goals: 1.1 and 1.2


Immunization Agenda 2030 (IA2030) is an initiative aiming to expand access to vaccines worldwide. IA2030 envisions a world where everyone, everywhere, at every age, fully benefits from vaccines to improve health and well-being. Johns Hopkins worked with Graphicacy to develop a monitoring dashboard, to track progress against the goals set by IA2030.

Background & Context

The goals set by IA2030 include: 1) reducing mortality and morbidity from vaccine-preventable diseases for everyone throughout the life course, 2) Leaving no one behind, by increasing equitable access and use of new and existing vaccines, and 3) Ensuring good health and well-being for everyone by strengthening immunization within primary health care and contributing to universal health coverage and sustainable development.

Graphicacy designed a series of visualizations to track progress against these goals. Each goal has its own dedicated page, where the user can see yearly global data, and break it out by region. Data for all indicators are collected into one handy dashboard view, providing an overview of the overall state of progress.

A montage of visualizations created for The Immunization Agenda 2030’s Scorecard, designed by Graphicacy.

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