Mozambique Steps Up Fight Against Polio


The country has launched a health week with the aim of vaccinating all children under the age of five against polio, as well as educating women about immunisation.
  • Mozambique:  Health Week Launched in Maputo

    Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique, 26 November 2012

    A national Health Week for Women and Children began throughout Mozambique on Monday, with the main task of vaccinating all children under the age of five against polio. read more »

A health worker administers the polio.

  • Mozambique:  Health Week Targets Four Million Children

    Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique, 23 November 2012

    The Mozambican Health Ministry is launching a nationwide "Health Week" as from Monday, offering intervention to improve the health of more than four million children under five ... read more »

  • Mozambique:  Meeting the Immunization Challenge

    GAVI Alliance, 19 March 2012

    Running a health system with Mozambique's staggering level of disease burden would challenge even the world's richest nations. read more »

  • Mozambique:  Health Ministry Target is to Vaccinate Every Child

    Agencia de Informacao de Mocambique, 6 November 2009

    Mozambican Health Minister Ivo Garrido said in Maputo on Thursday that his Ministry's target is to have every child, up to two years of age, vaccinated against the main killer ... read more »