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We are pleased to present all posts tagged "Immunization"

Photo Diary: No Child Too Far in Mongolia

Posted by: Emily McNally March 19, 2013

At UNICEF, we do whatever it takes to ensure every child is protected from deadly diseases. Last fall, we immunized more than 500,000 children in Mongolia against measles, one of the world’s leading killers of children. Read more »

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Reaching the Hardest to Reach

Posted by: Emily McNally December 12, 2012

In remote communities around the world, networks of UNICEF-sponsored health extension workers are reaching the hardest to reach, bridging the service gap in rural healthcare. Read more »

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The Boots

Posted by: UNICEF Canada October 19, 2012

These boots have been to 13 countries. They have trekked through mudslides, sandstorms, earthquakes and civil war. They have negotiated peace and brought medicine to sick children. They have witnessed terrible atrocities and incredible bravery. Read more »


Angola Celebrates One Year Polio-Free!

Posted by: Emily McNally August 27, 2012

It's been a year since the last reported case of polio in Angola. It hasn't been easy, but the formerly endemic country is well on its way to wiping out the disease once and for all. Read more »

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Success Story: India takes a giant leap towards wiping out polio

Posted by: UNICEF Canada April 12, 2012

India celebrates its first polio-free year. Read more »

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David's Blog: The New Africa

Posted by: David Morley March 26, 2012

In the Hai District of Tanzania, I catch a glimpse of what Africa’s future can look like, if we all choose it. Read more »

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