What is VaxTrac?

In low­-resource settings, keeping accurate records of childhood immunizations is a vital step in ensuring that all children receive the vaccinations that they need to grow, live, and thrive.

We are a 501(c)(3) that provides developing countries with the technologies and support they need to maximize the effectiveness of their vaccination programs.


How is VaxTrac technology used in the clinic?

The cornerstone of VaxTrac is our clinic-based vaccination registry system. The system consists of an Android tablet with cell or wifi connectivity and a fingerprint scanner. These clinic-based systems are able to work offline and regularly synchronize with neighboring clinics through the cloud, ensuring patients can be properly treated. The system augments the clinical workflow and assists health workers in providing vaccinations. Read more...

Why is VaxTrac data stored in the cloud?

All VaxTrac data is stored securely in the cloud, because we know for data to be impactful, it needs to be made available in the proper way. Data generated by our clinic-based system is of great value to decision makers in a country. It can help identify high-performing clinics and drive decisions about resource allocation. Read more...

Is VaxTrac’s system interoperable with other technologies?

Yes, VaxTrac makes it simple for immunization data to be shared through a country’s information systems. Creating an isolated or siloed system is often counter productive. Appropriate data needs to be exportable to related HMIS applications. Read more...

Keep Up With VaxTrac

By Mark Thomas, Executive Director February 24, 2017 It’s a day of mixed emotions today at VaxTrac. As you may have heard, we are currently winding down our operations. When we thought about how to best serve developing health systems,…

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By: Aly Azhar, Program Associate In the past three years, the VaxTrac system has been implemented in three countries, Benin, Nepal, and Sierra Leone. The operational models for each country have been different and each project has allowed us to…

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By: Shawn Sarwar, Director of Technology As our strategic plan dictates, all released technology will be made available as free and open source under a GPLv3 license. Projects are currently hosted via GitLab under a unified VaxTrac project space. The…

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