In 2021, @WHO announced a goal to vaccinate 70% of the global population against COVID-19 by mid-2022, but due to lower vaccination rates in low-income countries that goal was not met. While the reasons vary from country to country, we found that many communities have been unaware of where to receive a vaccine or have struggled to find the time to visit a vaccination site. The good news is that a strong vaccination campaign, coordinated with government and determined to meet people where they are, can turn the tide on low vaccine uptake. A new case study from our “Promising Practices from Africa” series outlines work in Cote d’Ivoire, which has seen daily vaccinations in Yopougon jump from 150 to 500: