This week in vaccines 27th March 2016 There were no shortage of vaccine launches this week, as Kyrgyzstan launched pneumococcal vaccine and South Sudan started a campaign to immunise people against meningitis...Read More
Tag: South Sudan
Emmanuel Dominic Laku, Medical officer, Walag’lang Primary Care Health Clinic, Central Equatoria, South Sudan.
Monday, 8 December 2014 | People |
I am in charge of this clinic in this village close to Juba, our nation’s capital. In fact, there is only me here, I have no nurses or assistants, and there are many, many people in the surrounding villages who rely on this facility for all their health...Read More
Lucy Tombe, Nursing supervisor, Magna Children At Risk temporary immunisation clinic, Tomping IDP camp. Juba, South Sudan.
“I am in charge of the Magna team here, we are a Gavi partner in South Sudan, and we are carrying out daily immunisations for children of families who ran here for protection when the war started in December...Read More
Friday, 7 November 2014 | Uncategorized |
Mike Pflanz, British journalist based in Kenya Some innovations have the power to make vaccines more successful. For example, fewer injections and fewer visits to the local clinic for kids to be protected mean that parents find it easier to make sure their children get all of the necessary...Read More
Saturday, 18 October 2014 | People |
“Every day we receive so many children wanting to be vaccinated, their parents realise that in this camp, where people ran for safety when war started, conditions are very poor. Their children can fall sick at any...Read More