Why It's Important for Africa to Manufacture its Own Vaccines
Africa's dilemma is clearly illustrated by two sets of statistics: Almost 17 percent of the world's population live on the continent - but it produces less than 1 percent of all the world's vaccines. And every year African governments spend millions on importing them, writes Deutsche Welle.
Africa Wants to Manufacture Its Own Vaccines
Deutsche Welle, 5 November 2018
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