22 Million Children Need Basic Vaccines
In advance of World Immunization Week, global experts are highlighting strategies to further advance progress on the Global Vaccine Action Plan.
United Nations Children's Fund, 18 April 2013
In advance of World Immunization Week, global experts are highlighting strategies to further advance progress on the Global Vaccine Action Plan that was endorsed by the World... read more »
United States Department of State, 17 April 2013
As many as 3 million children a year worldwide are spared from measles, tetanus, diphtheria and other diseases because they have received immunizations. The global health community... read more »
Inna Kanda, Vaccinator, administers Oral Polio Vaccine in Sokoto, northern Nigeria.
GAVI Alliance, 18 April 2013
The cost of immunising millions of the world's most vulnerable children against five deadly and debilitating diseases is set to fall, thanks to a major price reduction of one third... read more »
United Nations Children's Fund, 19 April 2013
One and a half million children would not have died in 2011 had they been immunized, according to UNICEF at the start of World Immunization Week. But one in five children is not... read more »