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The Ministry of Health in Benin has used an innovative approach that combines modeling with qualitative and...
The Ministry of Health in Benin has used an innovative approach that combines modeling with qualitative and quantitative assessment to identify the strategic direction for optimizing the vaccine supply chain.

These guidelines have been implemented for demonstration purposes in the Comé health area with the support of the Agence de Médecine Préventive (AMP) via the LOGIVAC project.
The activities carried out since 2013 have had a positive impact on the performance of the health system, in particular by ensuring better availability of quality vaccines in health facilities.
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Quick clip of using skydiving hand signals to coach auto-combustion incinerator operators in Liberia.

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Quick clip of using skydiving hand signals to coach auto-combustion incinerator operators in Liberia.

Check Altitude = Check Temperature
Practice Pull = Pick up waste
Pull = Load waste
Check arms = Stir the waste
Arch = Temperature too low
De-Arch = Temperature too high
Look around = Check for smoke
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00:08:30
Complete WHO compliant Health Care Waste Management solution: The Waste Disposal Unit (WDU). Installation &...
Complete WHO compliant Health Care Waste Management solution: The Waste Disposal Unit (WDU). Installation & Training in Liberia. http://www.unicef.org
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Excellent study tells how the spread of Ebola started in West Africa.

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Excellent study tells how the spread of Ebola started in West Africa.

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00:07:37
Full Immunization: A Journey to Success in Nepal
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Dr. John Iskander and Dr. Lori Hall explore the impact of pharmacists on health care and public health when included...
Dr. John Iskander and Dr. Lori Hall explore the impact of pharmacists on health care and public health when included as contributors to a patient’s healthcare team.

Pharmacists:
•Tend to be underutilized, despite their training and experience
•Are medication experts, but they do more than just dispense medication

Involving pharmacists in expanded roles:
•Increases the quality of care
•Improves patient control of disorders and illnesses
•Reduces healthcare cost

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00:12:28
Just Another Shot: Reframing the HPV Vaccine

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Read more about the tetanus vaccination campaign in Kenya here:...
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Read more about the tetanus vaccination campaign in Kenya here: http://www.unicef.org/infobycountry/kenya_73692.html.

Maternal and neonatal tetanus is a disease of the poor; most cases are found in communities with limited access to immunization and to quality healthcare before, during and after birth. Many newborns and mothers affected by the disease, which is known as a 'silent killer', die at home without ever being in contact with health providers. Often, neither birth nor death will be reported. Seeking to change this harsh reality, a recent vaccination campaign brought life-saving jabs to women of childbearing age, protecting them as well as and their unborn babies against the disease.

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In the last few years the rates of vaccine preventable illness have been on the rise. This isn’t just something...
In the last few years the rates of vaccine preventable illness have been on the rise. This isn’t just something that’s happening in the United States – it’s happening throughout the world. Often, these outbreaks begin with unvaccinated people. They spread through them, too. Outbreaks occur because of a breakdown in herd immunity. That’s the topic of this week’s Healthcare Triage.

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Polio is a preventable disease that affects young children and adults. Leap of Faith seeks to raise awareness of...
Polio is a preventable disease that affects young children and adults. Leap of Faith seeks to raise awareness of polio and vaccination efforts in Pakistan. Protect your children from polio and other preventable diseases. Your courage will keep them healthy.

مرض شلل الأطفال معد وخطير، ويمكن أن يصيب الصغار والكبار. يسعى فيلم قفزة ثقة إلى نشر الوعي حول شلل الأطفال وجهود التطعيم في باكستان. احموا أطفالكم من شلل الأطفال والأمراض الأخرى. شجاعتكم ستحافظ على صحتهم
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Think Again for World Hepatitis Day #ThinkHepatitis
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"THINK AGAIN" Performed by...
Think Again for World Hepatitis Day #ThinkHepatitis
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"THINK AGAIN" Performed by Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine http://www.richardcheese.com

Starring Lejo the world's most amazing hand puppeteer
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Lyrics written by Mark Jonathan Davis, based on "Let's Lounge" (M. Davis & N. Melanio, Published by IdeatownUSA Recordings / A.B. Music (ASCAP))
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00:11:29
European/World Immunization Week every year provides a good opportunity to remind us of the importance of...
European/World Immunization Week every year provides a good opportunity to remind us of the importance of immunization in protecting children against dangerous and often life threatening disease. Every year, vaccines save the lives of 2-3 million children protecting them from diseases such as measles, polio, diphtheria, pertussis and tetanus. New vaccines, advanced technologies and innovative strategies are helping us protect more children than even before. More: http://www.unicef.org/bih/media_25996.html
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The government has launched a fresh campaign to vaccinate all new-born babies against the deadly rota virus disease...
The government has launched a fresh campaign to vaccinate all new-born babies against the deadly rota virus disease which is responsible for over 5,000 infant deaths every year.
The vaccine which has only been available in private hospitals at a higher cost will now be accessible free of charge in all public health facilities across the country.
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Bill Gates discusses the incredible lifesaving power of vaccines. In particular, he highlights the case of polio,...
Bill Gates discusses the incredible lifesaving power of vaccines. In particular, he highlights the case of polio, which is 99 percent eradicated and within reach of being the second disease to ever be completely eliminated from the world.

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The Americas vs. Measles and Rubella: One Shot to Win the Game!
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Will health workers in Pakistan overcome political and religious tensions to vaccinate children against polio?

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Will health workers in Pakistan overcome political and religious tensions to vaccinate children against polio?

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A video from UNICEF Uganda with a message on immunisation and the benefits of immunising children. Learn more:...
A video from UNICEF Uganda with a message on immunisation and the benefits of immunising children. Learn more: http://bit.ly/1f59Tax
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A GAVI Alliance film
Produced by Doune Porter of PATH
Filmed and edited by Ryan Youngblood

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A GAVI Alliance film
Produced by Doune Porter of PATH
Filmed and edited by Ryan Youngblood

Find out more about the introduction of pneumococcal vaccine in Pakistan - http://www.gavialliance.org/library/news/press-releases/2012/pakistan-is-first-south-asian-country-to-launch-vaccine-against-childhood-pneumonia/
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In November 2011, a team from CSIS traveled to Zambia to produce a video on vaccination efforts - their value, their...
In November 2011, a team from CSIS traveled to Zambia to produce a video on vaccination efforts - their value, their long-term sustainability, and the challenges to their implementation. The video aims to portray the complexities of immunization in Zambia and to make broader points about global immunization efforts. Released on March 16, 2012, this eleven-minute video completes the five-minute trailer posted in fall 2011.
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When the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) was established 40 years ago, only around 5% of the world's...
When the Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) was established 40 years ago, only around 5% of the world's children were protected from six diseases — polio, diphtheria, tuberculosis, pertussis, measles and tetanus — targeted by four vaccines. Today, that figure is 83%, with some developing countries reaching 99% immunization coverage. What started as an ambitious effort to tackle six vaccine-preventable diseases has become one of the world's most successful public health programmes.

More information: http://www.who.int/immunization/programmes_systems/en/
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GAVI Alliance partners tell the GAVI story and talk about what makes the partnership work.
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Vaccinators are out in full force after a new case of polio was discovered in Afghanistan's capital.
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Every year, the lives of up to 3 million children are saved by vaccines, but another 1.5 million are lost because...
Every year, the lives of up to 3 million children are saved by vaccines, but another 1.5 million are lost because they weren't vaccinated. Vaccines are everyone's business. Make sure you and your loved ones are up-to-date on your immunizations.
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Routine Immunization is one of the most cost effective public health interventions preventing 2 million child deaths...
Routine Immunization is one of the most cost effective public health interventions preventing 2 million child deaths worldwide - about 400,000 in India alone
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For the first time ever, the inactivated polio vaccine was administered alongside the oral polio vaccine in Kenya's...
For the first time ever, the inactivated polio vaccine was administered alongside the oral polio vaccine in Kenya's Dadaab refugee camps and neighboring host communities.
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Dr. Mathew Varghese, an orthopedic surgeon, runs India's last polio ward at St. Stephen's Hospital in Delhi. Five...
Dr. Mathew Varghese, an orthopedic surgeon, runs India's last polio ward at St. Stephen's Hospital in Delhi. Five years ago, India accounted for nearly half of all new wild poliovirus cases in the country. As of 13 January 2014, the country will celebrate three years without a single case. It's one of the greatest public health accomplishments of all time, and a powerful reminder of just how important it is to continue the fight to eradicate polio worldwide.

Learn more at http://www.endpolio.org
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UNICEF correspondent Chris Niles reports on a groundbreaking new vaccine launched in Somalia.
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UNICEF correspondent Chris Niles reports on a groundbreaking new vaccine launched in Somalia.
For more information, visit: http://www.unicef.org/immunization/.
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This educational and compelling video conveys the importance of young people receiving the meningococcal meningitis...
This educational and compelling video conveys the importance of young people receiving the meningococcal meningitis vaccine before going to college. Since adolescents ages 16 to 21 have the highest rates of meningococcal meningitis, the video tells the story of two college students: Jamie Schanbaum, a University of Texas student who had both of her legs amputated because of meningitis in 2008, and Nicolis Williams, a Texas A&M University student who died in early 2011 from the disease.

This video also features the parents of Nicolis Williams, a Texas A&M University student who died in early 2011 from the disease during his junior year. Williams' father, Greg Williams, recalls "Nick, in a period of hours, went from a healthy, vibrant young man to being brain dead."

"The good news is that meningococcal meningitis is vaccine preventable and that the vaccine is currently available at many primary care offices, retail pharmacies, public health departments and campus health clinics to make it easiest for the student," said Dr. Carol J. Baker, (http://texaschildrens.org/Locate/Doctors/Baker,-Carol/) who is the executive director of the Center for Vaccine Awareness and Research at Texas Children's Hospital and a professor of pediatrics and of molecular virology and microbiology at Baylor College of Medicine. "Even though there's a new law requiring incoming students to get the meningococcal vaccine, the goal of this video is to educate parents and students about the disease and the vaccine, and then persuade them to make the right choice. "

"We know that one in seven college students who get meningitis will die. What makes the video impactful is that any student or parent can quickly see that it could happen to them," said Dr. Julie A. Boom, (http://texaschildrens.org/Locate/Doctors/Boom,-Julie/) who is the director of infant and childhood immunization for the Center for Vaccine Awareness and Research and an associate professor of pediatrics for Baylor College of Medicine. "This video is a great tool for organizations, healthcare associations and vaccine advocates to use when educating the public about meningitis vaccination."

Read more about Jamie, Nicolis and about Texas Childrens here: http://texaschildrens.org/About-Us/News/Facing-Meningitis-2012/
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Produced by USAID/IMMUNIZATIONbasics, this film provides an overview of supportive supervision for routine immunization
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