How Lack of Money Mean Children Die of Measles in Madagascar
The outbreak is raging, at least in part, due to low immunisation rates. But unlike in more developed countries where parents refuse to vaccinate their children because of so-called "vaccine hesitancy", the challenge in Madagascar is one of affordability and accessibility.
IRIN, 14 March 2019
In a healthcare centre in the Madagascan capital of Antananarivo nine-year-old Faneva inches his arm forward. The nurse disinfects his skin before inserting the needle. A few… Read more »
Measles vaccination in Kibati camp, DRC.