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Economic impact of immunisation

Johns Hopkins University study gives compelling evidence that investing in immunisation is one of the best public...
Johns Hopkins University study gives compelling evidence that investing in immunisation is one of the best public health buys.
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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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Engaging partners for success

Gavi’s Deputy CEO Anuradha Gupta gives the lowdown on how a little-known acronym – PEF (Partners' Engagement...
Gavi’s Deputy CEO Anuradha Gupta gives the lowdown on how a little-known acronym – PEF (Partners' Engagement Framework) – has pioneered new ways of working with development organisations.
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Vaccine conversations: a guide to motivational interviewing

Dr Rachel Green, Dancing Gecko Training, discusses how motivational interviewing can improve vaccine uptake. She led...
Dr Rachel Green, Dancing Gecko Training, discusses how motivational interviewing can improve vaccine uptake. She led a workshop on this topic at the Fondation Merieux vaccine acceptance conference in Annecy, France.
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Polio survivors live a life of mobility

Polio survivors in Burkina Faso are reaching their full potential thanks to Rotary support.
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Vaccine Safety Net - information on vaccines

Looking for online information on vaccine safety? The WHO Vaccine Safety Net is a network of websites with more than...
Looking for online information on vaccine safety? The WHO Vaccine Safety Net is a network of websites with more than 50 members in 15 languages worldwide.
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Vaccination and cancer: how communities can protect the most vulnerable

Bonaria is being treated for cancer. She is vulnerable to infections - that's why her family is urging others to...
Bonaria is being treated for cancer. She is vulnerable to infections - that's why her family is urging others to have all recommended vaccines.
'The risk for people undergoing cancer treatment is to contract common illnesses that may prove to be very dangerous or even deadly,’ explains her husband, Giorgio.
Giorgio's photo of his wife and daughter won the 2017 Vaccines Today Communication Challenge.
Find out the backstory in this short video.
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Vaccine communication: training and educating health professionals

Eugenijus Laurinaitis, University of Vilnius, discusses how health professionals can be given the skills they need...
Eugenijus Laurinaitis, University of Vilnius, discusses how health professionals can be given the skills they need to engage with people who have questions about immunisation
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Identifying Solutions to Overcome Barriers to Access

Removing barriers to access will allow you to immunize more infants and pregnant women. In this video, we examine...
Removing barriers to access will allow you to immunize more infants and pregnant women. In this video, we examine some of the most common reasons for access problems, along with some solutions.

This EPI training video provides knowledge and skills based on WHO guidance (for example, Mid-Level Manager and Immunization in Practice modules) to support routine immunization in the field. Find more at www.immunizationacademy.com
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"Rains of Hope"

PATH's Meningitis Vaccine Project director Dr. Marc LaForce describes the relief mothers in sub-Saharan Africa feel...
PATH's Meningitis Vaccine Project director Dr. Marc LaForce describes the relief mothers in sub-Saharan Africa feel when the rainy season begins, putting an end to seasonal meningitis epidemics.
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"A Virtual Vaccine Company"

PATH's Meningitis Vaccine Project director Dr. Marc LaForce describes how PATH and the World Health Organization...
PATH's Meningitis Vaccine Project director Dr. Marc LaForce describes how PATH and the World Health Organization became a virtual vaccine company when they agreed to produce a meningitis A vaccine for Africa at less than US$0.50 per dose. "We didn't have a plant, we didn't have intellectual property, we didn't even have polysaccharide. ..the challenge was to translate that nothingness to a product..."
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Zipline in Rwanda

More than two billion people lack adequate access to essential medical products, often due to challenging terrain...
More than two billion people lack adequate access to essential medical products, often due to challenging terrain and gaps in infrastructure. Because of this, over 2.9 million children under age five die every year. And up to 150,000 pregnancy-related deaths could be avoided each year if mothers had reliable access to safe blood.

Through a partnership with the Government of Rwanda, Zipline will deliver all blood products for twenty hospitals and health centers starting this summer, improving access to healthcare for millions of Rwandans.
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"We Have to Press On"

PATH's Meningitis Vaccine Project director Dr. Marc LaForce tells the story of Jean-François, a promising young...
PATH's Meningitis Vaccine Project director Dr. Marc LaForce tells the story of Jean-François, a promising young student who survived meningitis, but with hearing loss. The story motivates LaForce to press on when times are difficult. Find out more about this important global health milestone on the PATH website: http://www.path.org/menafrivac/index.php.
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A New Vaccine for Africa

For children in Burkina Faso, the first shots of a new meningitis vaccine on December 6, 2010, mark a day they no...
For children in Burkina Faso, the first shots of a new meningitis vaccine on December 6, 2010, mark a day they no longer have to live in fear of meningitis epidemics.
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Above Zero: Strategies to Prevent Vaccine Freezing

This 4-minute animated video emphasizes the difficulty and importance of maintaining proper temperatures in the...
This 4-minute animated video emphasizes the difficulty and importance of maintaining proper temperatures in the vaccine cold chain. The risk of exposing vaccines to freezing temperatures are now known to be significant. These risks can be reduced through health worker training, temperature monitoring, investing in new freeze-safe cold chain equipment, and in vaccine formulations that can withstand cooler temperatures.
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Celebrating a legacy of global immunization

Fifty years have passed since the United States government pledged its political, financial, and technical resources...
Fifty years have passed since the United States government pledged its political, financial, and technical resources to end smallpox—catalyzing the international effort, sparking CDC’s work as a global leader, and accelerating decades of vaccine innovation.
Join PATH in celebrating the impact of US government efforts in immunization around the world.
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Checking the Quality of Monthly Immunization Reports

As a district manager, you should make sure that you get reliable, timely and complete monthly reports from each of...
As a district manager, you should make sure that you get reliable, timely and complete monthly reports from each of your health facilities. Learn what criteria to use to evaluate the reports and what to do if there are problems.

This EPI training video provides knowledge and skills based on WHO guidance (for example, Mid-Level Manager and Immunization in Practice modules) to support routine immunization in the field. Find more at www.immunizationacademy.com.
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Coffee with Polio Experts: Chris Maher, WHO

A chat about polio eradication in Pakistan with Chris Maher, Manager of WHO’s polio eradication efforts in the...
A chat about polio eradication in Pakistan with Chris Maher, Manager of WHO’s polio eradication efforts in the Eastern Mediterranean
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WHO: Controlled Temperature Chain (CTC) – Future Development (3/3)

The Controlled Temperature Chain, CTC, is an innovative approach to vaccine management allowing vaccines to be kept...
The Controlled Temperature Chain, CTC, is an innovative approach to vaccine management allowing vaccines to be kept at temperatures outside of the traditional cold chain of +2°C to +8°C for a limited period of time under monitored and controlled conditions, as appropriate to the stability of the antigen. This episode gives an outlook on the options for countries and what manufacturers can do to support countries.
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How to Complete a Monthly Immunization Report

Let’s look at a monthly immunization report and fill it out together. This data is essential for determining which...
Let’s look at a monthly immunization report and fill it out together. This data is essential for determining which health facilities, districts, or regions n...
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