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Vaccination International Center

The Vaccination International Center at IPC provides vaccination services that include vaccines corresponding to the National Immunization Program as well as other vaccines at international standard with qualified products, proper cold chain management, high quality control and professionalism.

SERVICES

Vaccination International Center

The Vaccination International Center at IPC provides vaccination services that include vaccines corresponding to the National Immunization Program as well as other vaccines at international standard with qualified products, proper cold chain management, high quality control and professionalism.

Our unit

Set up under the terms of Article 7 of the 27 August 1992 convention between the Royal Government of Cambodia and the Institut Pasteur (Paris), the Vaccination International Center at the Institut Pasteur du Cambodge has a medical team which is ready to serve to the public for both local and expatriates. The product available at the Center included vaccines corresponding to the National Immunization Program, other vaccines and immunoglobulins.

The Vaccination Unit of Institute Pasteur in Cambodia (IPC) was formed in 2019, which includes one Vaccination International Center (VIC) and three Rabies Prevention Centers. These services were formerly under the Epidemiology and Public Health Unit. The main mission of the unit is to provide vaccination services to the public including Rabies-Post Exposure Prophylaxis (PEP). Furthermore, the Unit generates clinical data, especially in rabies prevention allowing contribution to research studies and important public health recommendations at both national and international levels.

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INJECTIONS IN 2019

(including the immunoglobulins) were delivered in the framework of 16,673 vaccine protocols, a notable increase of 5.6% compared with 30,915 injections in 2018.

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INJECTIONS IN 2018

Delivered by the medical team  (including the immunoglobulins) in the framework of 18,947 vaccine protocols.

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INJECTIONS IN 2017

Delivered by the medical team (including the immunoglobulins) in the framework of 19,121 vaccine protocols.

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INJECTIONS IN 2016

Delivered by the medical team (including the immunoglobulins) in the framework of 16,472 vaccine protocols.

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INJECTIONS IN 2015

Delivered by the medical team (including the immunoglobulins) in the framework of 14,148 vaccine protocols.

National Immunization Program Schedule for children Aged 0-18 months

National Immunization Program Schedule for children Aged 0-18 months

Optional Vaccines available at the IPC in Phnom Penh

National Immunization Program Schedule for children Aged 0-18 months

VACCINE
BIRTH
6 WEEKS
10 WEEKS
14 WEEKS
9 MONTHS
18 MONTS
BCG (Tuberculosis)
Birth dose
Hepatitis B
Birth dose
Diphtheria, Tetanus, Pertussis, Hib, Hep B
1st dose
2nd dose
3rd dose
Polio (oral)
1st dose
2nd dose
3rd dose
Polio (injection)
3rd dose
PVC
1st dose
2nd dose
3rd dose
MR (Measles, Rubella)
1st dose
2nd dose
3rd dose
Optional Vaccines available at the IPC in Phnom Penh

Recommended immunization schedule for persons aged 0 through 18 years

VACCINE
BIRTH
BCG (tuberculosis)
Birth dose
Hepatitis B
Birth dose
Diphtheria, tetanus, polio acellular pertussis, Hib, Hep B
6 WEEKS
1st dose
10 WEEKS
2nd dose
14 WEEKS
3rd dose
Pneumocoque
6 WEEKS
1st dose
10 WEEKS
2nd dose
14 WEEKS
3rd dose
Rotavirus
6 WEEKS
1st dose
10 WEEKS
2nd dose
Influenza virus
Recommended from the age of 6 months onward. Routine annual vaccination is recommended
2nd dose should be done 1 month apart from 1st dose for all children <9 years
Measles, Mumps, Rubella
9 MONTHS
1st dose
From 18 Months to 4 Years
2nd dose
Japanese Encephalitis
Recommended from the age of 9 months onward (2 doses are required)
2nd dose should be done 12 months apart from the 1st dose
Varicella
Recommended from the age of 12 months onward
Children <12years = 1 dose
Children >12 years = 2 doses (1 month interval)
Hepatitis A
Recommended from the age of 12 months onward (2 doses are required)
2nd dose should be done 6-18 months apart from the 1st dose
Typhim Vi (Typhoid)
Recommended from the age of 2 years onward
Revaccination every 3 years
Gardasil (Human Papillomavirus)
Recommended from the age of 9-26years
3 doses are required (M0, M2, M6)
Meningococcus
Recommended from the age of 2 years onward
3 doses are required (M0, M2, M6)