● Assessed the preparedness of states for adopting eVIN
through a survey of the entire immunization cold chain
network, enlisting details of personnel and processes.
● Designed and implemented eVIN in more than 521 districts,
across 21 states and union territories – Andhra Pradesh,
Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman
and Diu, Goa, Gujarat, Himachal Pradesh, Jharkhand,
Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Manipur, Nagaland,
Odisha, Rajasthan, Telangana, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh and
● Achieved over 80% reduction in instances of vaccine stock-outs and ensured improved availability of adequate and potent UIP
vaccines to all targeted children and pregnant women.
● Achieved reduction in utilization of vaccines from 3,053 lakh doses in pre-eVIN period to 2,149 lakh doses in post-eVIN period
across the initial 12 eVIN states, mostly on account of wastage and mismanagement, resulting into savings of approximately
900 lakh (90 million) doses of vaccines.
● Supported a vaccine availability rate of over 99% at all cold chain points.
● Systemized processes by initiating corrective action to revise target population for cold chain points that were earlier out-of-
sync, improve vaccine storage infrastructure and encourage effective planning and distribution.
● eVIN won the GSMA Asia Mobile Award 2017 (AMO) for Outstanding Mobile Contribution to Sustainable Development Goals in
● eVIN won the Public Health Initiative Silver Award at the India Health and Wellness Summit 2017.
● eVIN from Madhya Pradesh was awarded as one of the Best Innovations at the Third National Summit on Good & Replicable
Practices & Innovations in Public Health Care Systems in India held at Tirupati in August 2016.
● Vaccine and Cold Chain Managers (VCCMs) deputed at the district levels and eVIN project staff have been recognised and
awarded by the respective district and state administration for their outstanding effort and contribution to health care in