343 (74%) of the mothers could produce a vaccination card. This is an increase from the baseline numbers of 230 (75%), but from midterm, the figures are relatively steady at 344 (85%) of mothers having a vaccination card for their child.
NOTE: Different REDES have different policies about vaccination cards. Some REDES believe in keeping the cards at the Health Center, therefore the above percentages of mothers who actually have a vaccination card may be higher. This situation also effects the percent of children who received a complete set of vaccinations.
Only 51% of the children (12-24 mo.) had received a complete set of vaccinations. To be completely protected the child needed to have at least received BCG, DPT3, OPV3, and a measles vaccine. See Fig. H. for differences from baseline to final.