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Year : 1996  |  Volume : 21  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 47-52
Immunization Coverage - A Comparison Between Tribal, Non-Tirbal and Urban Areas Of Udaipur District



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Research Question: What influences the accessibility and utilization of immunization services? Objective: To study immunization coverage in Urban, Non-tribal and Tribal areas. Study Design: Cross-sectional Participants: Mother and children Sample Size: 420 mothers and 421 children. Setting: Urban, Rural & Tribal Statistical Analysis: Simple proportions Results: Level of Coverage was higher in urban area (67.29%) and low in non-tribal (39.68%) and tribal areas (21.42%) respectively. Low level of coverage in tribal areas is a cause of concern for accessibility of health services in general and immunization services in particular. The study makes a strong case for improvement of services in tribal areas.


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