Introduction: The My Village My Home (MVMH) community-level tool was designed by the Maternal and Child Health Integrated Program (MCHIP) to provide the community and local health functionaries are a visual depiction of the immunization status of all infants born in a village. It ensures that every child receives immunization they need. In Indonesia, MVMH tool is used at the community level (called “Posyandu”). This research objectives is to evaluate My Village My Home (MVMH) method. It supports the Complete Basic Immunization Programme in Surabaya, Indonesia. Method: This research was an observational study with cohort retrospective design. The exposure population of this research was Public Health Center (PHC) that has received MVMH training on March-April 2018 and the non exposure population of this research was PHC that has not received MVMH training yet. It was determined by using simple random sampling. Results: 80% of cadres in the group that had received prior training were well-informed and in the group that did not get training 85% had good knowledge of 5% enough, 10% less. Knowledge of mothers in the cadre group who received training was 85% good and in the group of cadres who did not get 75% good training. Both cadres and mothers in the group of cadres who received training and did not receive training had a good attitude. Conclusion: Most of the cadre with or without training and mothers have good knowledge. They have a good attitude towards the My Village My Home.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1691-1696
Number of pages6
JournalIndian Journal of Public Health Research and Development
Issue number10
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2019


  • Evaluation
  • Immunization
  • My Village My Home


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