Tag: South Sudan

This week in vaccines: 27th March 2016

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...

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What’s the point in pentavalent? A story from South Sudan

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...

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Alice Pori, Walag’lang, South Sudan

“Here where I live in this village, it has been very difficult to find medicines for the children. I had to travel far to the city for them to be given immunisations, and my fourth child, it was too...

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