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Immunization Throughout the Life Course - PAHO video

According to the life course approach to public health, your health today is the result of many different factors,...
According to the life course approach to public health, your health today is the result of many different factors, including your previous life experiences and even those of your parents. Likewise, your health today will impact your health in the future, as well as the health of the future generations.
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Disease eradication is within reach

Steve Davis is working to bring an extraordinary vision to reality—the global elimination of the world’s most deadly...
Steve Davis is working to bring an extraordinary vision to reality—the global elimination of the world’s most deadly and debilitating diseases. Davis is the president and CEO of PATH, a 40+ year-old, Seattle-based, global health-focused, non-governmental organization which works on vaccines, drugs, diagnostics, devices, and system and service innovations. In this talk, Davis lays out the “how to” of disease elimination calling on his diversity of experience as a former human-rights lawyer, a nationally-recognized technology business innovator, and social activist.
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INFUSE – global innovation platform to improve vaccine delivery

Launched at the 2016 World Economic Forum in Davos, INFUSE seeks tried and tested innovations that have potential to...
Launched at the 2016 World Economic Forum in Davos, INFUSE seeks tried and tested innovations that have potential to improve vaccine delivery. It then “infuses” them with capital and expertise to help take them to scale. INFUSE 2018 is calling for proven digital technology innovations that provide more effective methods of identity registration and authentication to accelerate and improve immunisation coverage and delivery.
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The Two Polio Vaccines

Polio can’t be cured, but it can be prevented. Two important tools help to prevent polio – two safe, effective...
Polio can’t be cured, but it can be prevented. Two important tools help to prevent polio – two safe, effective vaccines. Find out about the oral polio vaccine and the inactivated poliovirus vaccine and their roles in the polio eradication effort.
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Erradicación de la polio en las Américas

In Spanish. The videos has messages from the leaders of polio eradication in the Americas.
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Meeting the Challenges of Global Polio Eradication

Dr. Thomas Frieden, Director, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, discusses the achievements of the...
Dr. Thomas Frieden, Director, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, discusses the achievements of the global polio programme and the way head, focussing on India's efforts.
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Meeting the Challenges of Global Polio Eradication: Michel Zaffran interview

On September 28, CSIS hosted a major international conference that brought together polio eradication leaders for a...
On September 28, CSIS hosted a major international conference that brought together polio eradication leaders for a full day of panels and discussion. Here is an interview with Michel Zaffra
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Meningitis A in Burkina Faso

MenAfriVac, a new vaccine against Meningococcal Meningitis seroptype Nm A, is expected to prevent meningitis...
MenAfriVac, a new vaccine against Meningococcal Meningitis seroptype Nm A, is expected to prevent meningitis epidemics in Africa's "meningitis belt" of 25 countries that stretch from Senegal in the west to Ethiopia in the east. Hit by epidemics every few years, the meningitis belt accounts for 95 percent of the world's meningococcal meningitis disease burden. The region's worst epidemic in recent times, the 1996 epidemic, hit more than 250,000 people in the region, killing 25,000 people and causing residual disability for 50,000 others. Besides the death and disability though, meningitis epidemics have a profound socio-political significance too. Epidemics frighten people away from work and cost large amounts of money to handle. Developed by the Meningitis Vaccine Project, a joint project of PATH and WHO, the vaccine was launched in Burkina Faso in November 2010. MenAfriVac costs less than 50 US cents per dose and is 95 percent effective. The GAVI Alliance is paying the overwhelming majority of costs to roll the vaccine out. If fully funded, GAVI expects to see 236 million people vaccinated with MenAfriVac in all 25 countries of the meningitis belt.
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Meningitis A Shot of Hope

This documentary examines the remarkable global response to devastating meningitis A outbreaks in Africa and the...
This documentary examines the remarkable global response to devastating meningitis A outbreaks in Africa and the rapid development of an affordable vaccine to eliminate these recurring epidemics.
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Making numbers count: fighting pneumonia in Nepal

Clinical research funded by Gavi partners at Patan Hospital in Kathmandu is helping shape Nepal’s immunisation...
Clinical research funded by Gavi partners at Patan Hospital in Kathmandu is helping shape Nepal’s immunisation policy against its biggest child killer: pneumonia. This video shows how disease burden and impact studies at Patan have guided the national introduction of Haemophilus influenzae type b and pneumococcal vaccines, which protect children against the two main causes of pneumonia.
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Maurice Hilleman Vaccine Symposium

Internationally recognized experts give research updates on vaccine work for worldwide problems, such as HIV and...
Internationally recognized experts give research updates on vaccine work for worldwide problems, such as HIV and Ebola, as well as updates on vaccine efforts of particular relevance to Montana, such as in brucellosis. Research efforts led by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Merck & Co., Inc., are also summarized.
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Live Q&A on vaccine-derived polio in Syria and polio eradication

Live Q&A on vaccine-derived polio in Syria with Michel Zaffran, WHO
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Pneumococcal vaccine introduction in Rwanda

As the first developing country to introduce the pneumococcal vaccine in April 2009, Rwanda made a major milestone...
As the first developing country to introduce the pneumococcal vaccine in April 2009, Rwanda made a major milestone for disease prevention in the developing world.
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Reaching Every Last Child

Some children live in places that are harder to reach with polio vaccines than others. In every vulnerable country,...
Some children live in places that are harder to reach with polio vaccines than others. In every vulnerable country, the World Health Organization helps make sure that every child receives polio vaccines; even those who are on the move, living in conflict zones or in remote communities. Find out more at www.polioeradication.org.
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Polio Take Two

Film acknowledging the contribution of the people working towards the eradication of polio.
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Pentavalent Vaccine Saves Lives in Madagascar

Linked to increasing immunisation coverage with vaccines such as the pentavalent, Madagascar is one of just six...
Linked to increasing immunisation coverage with vaccines such as the pentavalent, Madagascar is one of just six countries in the world to reduce its child mortality rates by more than 60% between 1990 and 2009. Video by GAVI.
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Elimination of maternal and neonatal tetanus in the WHO South-East Asia Region

Elimination of maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT) in the WHO South-East Asia Region was validated in May 2016.
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Integrating health services

Immunisation efforts in Laos PDR bring much wider health benefits to communities.
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Interview with Dr. Seth Berkley, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance—UHC in the New Development Era

Dr. Berkley describes how the work being done by Gavi--a public-private partnership aimed at promoting access to...
Dr. Berkley describes how the work being done by Gavi--a public-private partnership aimed at promoting access to vaccines for children in the world's poorest countries--intersects with the goal of advancing UHC. JCIE/USA Executive Director Jim Gannon interviews him on the sidelines of a December 16, 2015 JCIE conference on “Universal Health Coverage in the New Development Era.”
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Keeping Albania polio-free: The introduction of the Inactivated Polio Vaccine (IPV)

The world is closer than ever before to getting rid of polio for good. In March 2014, as part of a global effort to...
The world is closer than ever before to getting rid of polio for good. In March 2014, as part of a global effort to eradicate polio permanently, Albania added the Inactivated Polio Vaccine (IPV) to the national immunization schedule. Immunization experts describe how they convinced government officials of the need to add a new polio vaccine and how they communicated to parents why the new vaccine was being introduced.

Albania is not alone in their efforts. By the end of 2015, more than 100 other countries will also be taking this important step towards polio eradication.
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