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CNN's Anna Coren reports on the effort to save Afghanistan's children from polio. For more CNN videos, visit our...
CNN's Anna Coren reports on the effort to save Afghanistan's children from polio. For more CNN videos, visit our site at http://www.cnn.com/video/
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UNICEF - Emergency Measles Vaccination Campaign to protect 125,000 children in Central African Republic. 22-26 May...
UNICEF - Emergency Measles Vaccination Campaign to protect 125,000 children in Central African Republic. 22-26 May 2013.
Photo, Audio, Music and Edition: Jordi Matas for UNICEF
Production: Linda Tom
Voice Over: Salome van Zyl
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Au Niger le premier passage des journées nationales de vaccination contre la poliomyélite se tiendront du 27 février...
Au Niger le premier passage des journées nationales de vaccination contre la poliomyélite se tiendront du 27 février au 2 mars 2009. Ces journées font partie d'une vaste campagne de vaccination simultanées dans 8 pays de la région d'Afirque de l'Ouest.
Dans le village de Kadamari, dans la région de Zinder, au Sud-Ouest du Niger, où de nombreux cas de refus de vaccination contre la poliomyélite ont été enregistrés en 2008, le Gouvernment, avec l'appui de l'UNICEF, organise la sensibilisation des familles et des autorités coutumières en s'appuyant sur les interventions de leaders traditionnels et religieux. Ces interventions permettent de renforcer l'adhésion des familles à la vaccination contre la poliomyétie. Ce sujet a été réalisé et diffusé sur la chaîne nigérienne Télé Sahel, en partenariat avec l'UNICEF, le 23 février 2009.
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This video is designed to be used as a pedagogical resource to be accompanied by a skilled presenter, for education...
This video is designed to be used as a pedagogical resource to be accompanied by a skilled presenter, for education purposes. It explains the fundamental concept behind her immunity without referring to any specific disease.
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UNICEF reports on a community outreach volunteer who has drummed up support for vaccinations as part of a major...
UNICEF reports on a community outreach volunteer who has drummed up support for vaccinations as part of a major national campaign. The number of polio cases in Chad has been reduced drastically.

For more information, visit: http://www.unicef.org/.
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UNICEF correspondent Chris Niles reports on a measles vaccination campaign in the eastern Democratic Republic of the...
UNICEF correspondent Chris Niles reports on a measles vaccination campaign in the eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo.

For more information, visit: http://www.unicef.org/.
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Children are now protected with 11 vaccines; up from six vaccines a decade ago. The price of vaccinating a child has...
Children are now protected with 11 vaccines; up from six vaccines a decade ago. The price of vaccinating a child has sky-rocketed. It cost $1.37 to vaccinate a child 10 years ago, now it's $38.80. That's a whopping 2,700 percent increase. So how do we decide how many vaccines children need? Is it based on how much money you can make, or on how many children's lives can be saved?
Bring down vaccine prices and protect more children from life-threatening illnesses. Read more here - http://bit.ly/117Wxy0
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MSF is vaccinating 68,000 children for measles in five camps in Bangui, Central African Republic (CAR) in order to...
MSF is vaccinating 68,000 children for measles in five camps in Bangui, Central African Republic (CAR) in order to prevent an outbreak. Hundreds of thousands of people are currently displaced in camps around Bangui as a result of violence since early December.
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James Vesper goes into details of methods frequently used in risk assessments and gives first hand advise on when...
James Vesper goes into details of methods frequently used in risk assessments and gives first hand advise on when and how best to use them: Preliminary risk assessment, failure mode effects analysis and fault tree analysis.
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Community case management (CCM) provides community health workers with the skills and tools needed to treat children...
Community case management (CCM) provides community health workers with the skills and tools needed to treat children under five for the most common diseases of childhood in the communities where they live. Selection of optimal products and routine quantification are critical first steps in ensuring that CHWs have the products they need to provide these life-saving services.

Learn more at: www.sc4ccm.jsi.com/quantification
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Supervision of supply chain personnel at the health facility level is a critical element of effective supply chain...
Supervision of supply chain personnel at the health facility level is a critical element of effective supply chain management. Conducting regular supervision can alert program managers of potential problems within the logistics system, which, once addressed, help strengthen the system and better ensure commodity availability.

This video, produced by the USAID | DELIVER project (http://deliver.jsi.com/dhome) , provides practical advice and tips for management-level staff on how to be an effective, supportive supervisor for supply chain activities.
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I love that 84% of one year old children are vaccinated against measles! I hate that all wasn't reached!

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I love that 84% of one year old children are vaccinated against measles! I hate that all wasn't reached!

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Gavi CEO Seth Berkley explains what Gavi will be able to do with $7.5 billion at the Gavi Pledging Conference in...
Gavi CEO Seth Berkley explains what Gavi will be able to do with $7.5 billion at the Gavi Pledging Conference in Berlin.
Find out more http://www.gavi.org/pledging2015/
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With the onset of the Ebola epidemic, infectious waste posed an even more serious health risks to people that come...
With the onset of the Ebola epidemic, infectious waste posed an even more serious health risks to people that come in contact with it, in particular healthcare staff who are critical in containing the epidemic.

The technique used up to now in these hospitals was to gather and destroy at the back of the hospital the infected waste by burning it.

UNDP is deploying in Conakry autoclaves, that use pressurized steam at 134-135°C alternating with vacuum cycles to achieve high levels of sterilization.

Waste volumes have been growing exponentially, not only due to the rapid spread of the EBV and an increasing number of patients requiring care, but also because large quantities of personal protection equipment and disposable items being used by healthcare workers taking care of the sick and infected.
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Supervision of supply chain personnel at the health facility level is a critical element of effective supply chain...
Supervision of supply chain personnel at the health facility level is a critical element of effective supply chain management. Conducting regular supervision can alert program managers of potential problems within the logistics system, which, once addressed, help strengthen the system and better ensure commodity availability.

This video, produced by the USAID | DELIVER project (http://deliver.jsi.com/dhome) , provides practical advice and tips for management-level staff on how to be an effective, supportive supervisor for supply chain activities.
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The One & Only Campaign urges healthcare providers to recognize the differences between single-dose vials and...
The One & Only Campaign urges healthcare providers to recognize the differences between single-dose vials and multi-dose vials, and to understand appropriate uses of each container type. This information can save lives.
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Infections are costly. Patients' lives, your accreditation status, your certification, and your licenses are all at...
Infections are costly. Patients' lives, your accreditation status, your certification, and your licenses are all at stake. The One & Only Campaign, a public health effort to eliminate unsafe medical injections, created this short video to help you make healthcare safer, one injection at a time.
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PATH and London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (2015)
To aid decision-makers interested in HPV vaccine...
PATH and London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (2015)
To aid decision-makers interested in HPV vaccine introduction or scale-up, in 2014–2016 the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine and PATH conducted the first comprehensive review of HPV vaccine delivery experiences across 46 low- and middle-income countries. This 3.5-minute video offers a preview of how lessons learnt from these countries can provide critical information for policymakers and programme planners on how best to prepare, deliver, and sustain HPV vaccines. For more information and resources, visit http://www.rho.org/HPVlessons.
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