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#EndEbola: Defeating Ebola in West Africa

http://www.gov.uk/ebola

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is an unprecedented human tragedy. But it CAN be...
http://www.gov.uk/ebola

The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is an unprecedented human tragedy. But it CAN be beaten.

The UK is calling on the international community to step up its support NOW - and prevent this crisis turning into a catastrophe.
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Ebola easier to stop now than later - Rosling's Factpod #6

Help must come within weeks, or Ebola will require unimaginable resources.
Data sources: http://nej.md/1wS4zeN &...
Help must come within weeks, or Ebola will require unimaginable resources.
Data sources: http://nej.md/1wS4zeN & http://reliefweb.int/disaster/ep-2014-000041-gin

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Gapminder Foundation

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Why HPV Vaccination Is Unique: Highlight from Forum Event

Several factors contribute to the uniqueness of the anti-cancer vaccine HPV. Why was its unveiling met with some...
Several factors contribute to the uniqueness of the anti-cancer vaccine HPV. Why was its unveiling met with some controversy? This clip is from The Forum at HSPH event, Vaccinating Children: Public Trust and Health, on September 15, 2014, presented in partnership with Tangled Bank Studios, a film production company of the Howard Hughes Medical Institute, and in collaboration with NOVA, PRI’s The World & WGBH.

Watch the entire Forum at HSPH series at ForumHSPH.org.
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00:11:02

Fridge-tag 2 Installation (French)

Fridge-tag® 2 - Surveillance électronique de la température pendant le stockage avec port USB.
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Fridge-tag 2 Mode d'emploi (French)

Fridge-tag® 2 - Surveillance électronique de la température pendant le stockage avec port USB.
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Fridge-tag 2 User Guide (Russian)

Training video for the use of the Fridge-tag® 2 electronic temperature monitoring device.
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Fridge-tag 2 Setup Guide (Russian)

Training video for the setup of the Fridge-tag® 2 electronic temperature monitoring device.
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Vaccination Week in the Americas Guyana 2014

Vaccination Week in the Americas, Guyana 2014
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Fridge-tag 2 User Guide

Training video for the use of the Fridge-tag® 2 electronic temperature monitoring during storage with USB port.
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Fridge-tag 2 Setup Guide

Fridge-tag® 2 - electronic temperature monitoring during storage with USB port.

Training video for the setup of...
Fridge-tag® 2 - electronic temperature monitoring during storage with USB port.

Training video for the setup of the Fridge-tag® 2 electronic temperature monitoring device.
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LogTag vaxtag Setup Guide

The LogTag vaxtag refrigerator temperature recorder Setup Guide.
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Highway to Health

The Delivery Team Topping Up system (DTTU) in Zimbabwe delivers family planning and HIV commodities. DTTU is an...
The Delivery Team Topping Up system (DTTU) in Zimbabwe delivers family planning and HIV commodities. DTTU is an example of a successful automated system that delivers both data and products throughout the supply chain.
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Now Is the Time

This three-minute video examines the growing challenges of maintaining reliable vaccine supply and logistics systems...
This three-minute video examines the growing challenges of maintaining reliable vaccine supply and logistics systems and offers potential solutions toward achieving optimized, efficient systems that reach people with the vaccines they need. For more information on the 2020 Global Vision for Vaccine Supply and Logistics Systems visit http://www.TechNet-21.org.

View the video in French: http://youtu.be/8Lls7cNQAt0

Copyright: PATH
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00:11:57

Meningitis - Know the Signs

Public Health Wales, in collaboration with Cardiff University, The Meningitis Trust, Practical Media and Meningitis...
Public Health Wales, in collaboration with Cardiff University, The Meningitis Trust, Practical Media and Meningitis UK, have produced a DVD called 'Meningitis - Know the Signs' which was distributed free to all secondary schools and further education colleges in Wales.

In this DVD, medical student Laura Vines - who lost a close friend to meningitis - tells you how to recognise the signs of meningitits and what to do if you think you or someone else could be at risk from this potentially fatal disease.
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00:12:28

Just Another Shot: Reframing the HPV Vaccine

Just Another Shot: Reframing the HPV Vaccine

You can get more information about the HPV Vaccines at: wevaxteens.org
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PAHO WHO EVM Assessment 2014 Guayana

PAHO/WHO EVM ASSESSMENT GUYANA 2014
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Fighting Ebola Today in Liberia

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is doing all it can to fight the Ebola outbreak in Monrovia,...
Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is doing all it can to fight the Ebola outbreak in Monrovia, Liberia, including rapid scaling up of its facilities in order to treat the growing number of patients. The health care system is overwhelmed in Monrovia - some health workers have died and some have fled. Medical facilities are far too overstretched and people are suffering from a lack of health care, not just for Ebola, but also for all other medical needs.
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Monitoring Cold Chain items in the humanitarian aid context: a reliable and easy-to-use device fo...

Welcome to my Graduation Presentation: 'Monitoring Cold Chain items in the humanitarian aid context: a reliable and...
Welcome to my Graduation Presentation: 'Monitoring Cold Chain items in the humanitarian aid context: a reliable and easy-to-use device for quality control'. Hope you enjoy!!
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In Kenya, protecting against a silent killer

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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.

For more about UNICEF's work, visit: http://www.unicef.org.

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Interview With an Ebola Survivor

Sasobas Temé Sadnou is a survivor of the deadly Ebola disease outbreak in West Africa. He was treated by Doctors...
Sasobas Temé Sadnou is a survivor of the deadly Ebola disease outbreak in West Africa. He was treated by Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) and has recovered, but many do not. Here he speaks about his experience. Read more about Ebola: http://www.doctorswithoutborders.org/our-work/medical-issues/ebola
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Can songs save lives?

In Malawi, village leaders are using songs to help educate their community about family planning.
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Vaccines and Herd Immunity

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.

Those of you who want to read more and see references can go here: http://theincidentaleconomist.com/wordpress/?p=57180

John Green -- Executive Producer
Stan Muller -- Director, Producer
Aaron Carroll -- Writer
Mark Olsen -- Graphics

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00:02:42

A Leap of Faith

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

Think Again for World Hepatitis Day #ThinkHepatitis
http://www.worldhepatitisday.org

"THINK AGAIN" Performed by...
Think Again for World Hepatitis Day #ThinkHepatitis
http://www.worldhepatitisday.org

"THINK AGAIN" Performed by Richard Cheese & Lounge Against The Machine http://www.richardcheese.com

Starring Lejo the world's most amazing hand puppeteer
http://www.lejo.nl

Production by RedPill
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"THINK AGAIN"
(C) Copyright 2014 World Hepatitis Alliance
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

Experts on Immunization and polio risk in Bosnia and Herzegovina 2014

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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Gov't Launches Vaccination Campaign Against Rota Virus Disease

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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A Huge Success for Global Health

One of the greatest privileges of working in global health is the chance to see the impact that advances like...
One of the greatest privileges of working in global health is the chance to see the impact that advances like vaccines can have in people's lives. It doesn't always come easily. Developing a new drug or vaccine can take many years, involve many setbacks, and require close collaboration with many partners. But when it works, it's glorious.
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00:03:52

Bill Gates: Vaccines Save Lives | Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

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.

Learn more at http://www.gatesfoundation.org
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Immunization information systems: vrMIS in Mozambique

In 2009, with the support of VillageReach, provincial governments in four of Mozambique's eleven provinces deployed...
In 2009, with the support of VillageReach, provincial governments in four of Mozambique's eleven provinces deployed vrMIS to help them manage their immunization program.
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Immunization information systems: wVSSM in Tunisia

wVSSM is an open-source web application for managing vaccine stock and related supplies. It was developed in Iran...
wVSSM is an open-source web application for managing vaccine stock and related supplies. It was developed in Iran with support from WHO and Project Optimize. In November 2011, wVSSM was deployed by the Tunisian Ministry of Health in the national store and in five regions. This short video shows how wVSSM works and examines the impact it has had.
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Immunization information systems: ImmReg in Vietnam

ImmReg is a digital immunization registry that uses mobile phones to track children due for vaccination and record...
ImmReg is a digital immunization registry that uses mobile phones to track children due for vaccination and record their vaccinations. In 2011, the Vietnamese National Expanded Programme on Immunization introduced ImmReg in the district of Mo Cay Nam in Ben Tre province. This short video shows how ImmReg works and examines the impact it has had in Vietnam.
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Immunization information systems: IIS in Albania

IIS is an online immunization information system that can record child immunizations and manage vaccine stock. In...
IIS is an online immunization information system that can record child immunizations and manage vaccine stock. In 2011, the Albanian Institute of Public Health deployed IIS in the northern Albanian district of Shkoder. This short video shows how IIS works and examines the impact it has had in Albania.
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Immunization information systems: VaxTrak in Vietnam

VaxTrak is a logistics management information system designed to help immunization health workers keep track of...
VaxTrak is a logistics management information system designed to help immunization health workers keep track of vaccine stock as it is received and dispatched. In 2011, the Vietnamese National Expanded Programme on Immunization introduced VaxTrak in the provinces of Phu Tho, Quang Tri, and Ben Tre. This short video shows how VaxTrak works and examines the impact it has had.
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Saving the lives of children under five through supply chain innovations

6.6 million children die before their 5th birthday from conditions that could be prevented or cured at very little...
6.6 million children die before their 5th birthday from conditions that could be prevented or cured at very little cost. Community health workers can be life savers but need the right medicine, in the right doses, at the right time. Investing in proven supply chain solutions is vitally important so community health workers can access medicines to save children's lives.

Learn about SC4CCM's experience testing simple and affordable innovations to overcome supply chain bottlenecks at the community level.

Learn more at: WWW.SC4CCM.JSI.COM
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Pharmaceutical Cold Chain Management on Wheels course evaluation - 2014

On the 8th of June 2014, 14 participants from the private and public sectors gathered in Izmir, Turkey for a 631 km...
On the 8th of June 2014, 14 participants from the private and public sectors gathered in Izmir, Turkey for a 631 km of a learning journey. Together with 3 mentors and a tour guide, they traveled along the supply chain to study the management of time and temperature sensitive pharmaceuticals. This is what they have said on the last day of the journey...
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The Americas vs. Measles and Rubella: One Shot to Win the Game!

The Americas vs. Measles and Rubella: One Shot to Win the Game!
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Lifelines - The Last Drops

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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Immunisation Song for World Immunisation Week

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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Immunization information systems: Logistimo in South Sudan

Logistimo is a cloud-based logistics management information system that can help immunization health workers keep...
Logistimo is a cloud-based logistics management information system that can help immunization health workers keep track of vaccine stock as it is received and dispatched. In May 2012, the Government of South Sudan deployed Logistimo in the national store, the ten state stores, and all six counties of Central Equatoria State. This short video shows how Logistimo works and examines the impact it has had in South Sudan.
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00:04:34

Immunisation in Pakistan: Challenges and Perseverance - a film by GAVI Alliance

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

Find out more about...
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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The Strategic Power of Vaccines in Zambia

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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Vaccine delivery: The last mile

You've walked for several hours to get your baby vaccinated. But the clinic has run out of vaccines -- or the...
You've walked for several hours to get your baby vaccinated. But the clinic has run out of vaccines -- or the healthworker hasn't turned up because his motorcycle broke. These problems are typical along the last mile or so of a vaccine's journey from factory to child in Africa. In this film we hear how Riders for Health are tackling the transport problem. They hope to reach every child, wherever they live and however difficult the journey might be.

Read more in the Nature Outlook: Vaccines http://www.nature.com/nature/outlook/vaccines
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00:09:17

WHO: Expanded Programme on Immunization (EPI) 40th anniversary

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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WHO: World Health +SocialGood - 19 May 2014

Welcome to day one of World Health +SocialGood starting on Monday, May 19th. This five-day, digital event connects...
Welcome to day one of World Health +SocialGood starting on Monday, May 19th. This five-day, digital event connects you to the 67th World Health Assembly. This is your chance to engage with experts discussing the top global health challenges facing our world today. We are kicking-off by talking about strengthening global health security, achievements and challenges of immunization, and the last mile towards polio eradication.

For more information: http://www.plussocialgood.org/Post/world-health-socialgood-speaker-line-up/e79692f7-63fc-4230-b3a9-0108fe987afc
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00:09:00

Supportive Supervision of Supply Chain Personnel

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 story of GAVI: the power of partnership

GAVI Alliance partners tell the GAVI story and talk about what makes the partnership work.
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In Chad, vaccine takes a long journey to save a life

Reaching a remote settlement of refugees and returnees in south-eastern Chad with life-saving vaccines requires...
Reaching a remote settlement of refugees and returnees in south-eastern Chad with life-saving vaccines requires tremendous efforts, but it points the way towards a shipping and transport system that will eventually cover the whole country.

For more information, visit http://www.unicef.org
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00:04:26

Afghanistan: Stopping polio in its tracks

Vaccinators are out in full force after a new case of polio was discovered in Afghanistan's capital.
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