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    National estimates of FIC, Wagstaff’s index of inequality (W), and Erreygers’ index of inequality (E) among children between 24 and 35 months of age.

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    The lower and upper bounds refer to the 95% confidence intervals of W and E. Countries are ranked from the worst performing (i.e., lowest vaccination rate or highest magnitude of inequality) to the best performing. Sampling weights were applied in all calculations. (PDF)</p

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    Intersecting sets of missed vaccinations among children aged 15 to 35 months across all 43 countries (a) and type of vaccines most often missed per country (b). In panel (a), the horizontal bars indicate the number of children aged 15 to 35 months that have missed each vaccination, and the dots and vertical bars indicate the combinations of vaccinations missed. Detailed country-level estimates are provided in S6 Fig. Note that multiple doses of DTP and OPV are needed to reach complete immunization. Spatial boundaries were retrieved from Natural Earth (https://www.naturalearthdata.com/) using the “rnaturalearth” package (https://github.com/ropenscilabs/rnaturalearth). BCG, bacille Calmette–Guerin vaccine; DTP, diphtheria–tetanus–pertussis vaccine; MCV, measles-containing vaccine; OPV, oral polio vaccine.</p

    Intersecting sets of missed vaccinations for children aged 15 to 35 months for 43 countries.

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    The black dots represent vaccine combinations and the bars represent the number of missed vaccinations for each vaccine combination. Note that multiple doses of DTP and OPV are needed to reach full immunization; therefore, the presented estimates do not refer to the number of missed doses but complete vaccinations. If a child is missing 2 or more doses of a specific vaccine, the child will be counted only once. (PDF)</p

    A concentration curve based on DHS survey data from Nigeria for children aged 15 to 35 months.

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    The y-axis shows the cumulative share of children who are fully immunized, and the x-axis shows the cumulative share of children ranked by wealth index from the poorest to the richest. The green 45° line represents a state of perfect equality. (PDF)</p

    Fig 3 -

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    Subnational estimates of Erreygers’ index (E) of socioeconomic inequality (a) and spatial clusters of administrative regions with high (red colors) and low (blue colors) degrees of inequality (b). Spatial boundaries were retrieved from Natural Earth (https://www.naturalearthdata.com/) using the “rnaturalearth” package (https://github.com/ropenscilabs/rnaturalearth).</p

    National estimates of vaccine coverage for BCG, DTP, OPV, and MCV among children in indicated age groups.

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    Sampling weights were applied in all calculations. (PDF)</p
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