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The Girl Who Could Do Anything

Christine McNab, senior consultant in photography and communications for development.  First, there was Wandee. A baby girl, born in a wooden house as the rains receded from the rice fields, 55 years ago....

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Les vaccins ne se distribuent pas eux-mêmes: renforçant les chaînes d’approvisionnement de vaccins dans l’Afrique occidentale et centrale

Guy Bokongo Nkumu, Senior Policy & Advocacy Officer, PATH Afin de réduire les disparités de vaccination et garantir que chaque femme et enfant en Afrique puissent recevoir des vaccins indispensables à leur survie, les dirigeants africains doivent investir dans les chaînes d’approvisionnement de...

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In Photos: Rwanda’s Vaccine Success Story

Miranda Youn, Shot@Life Engagement Intern In recent years, close collaboration between the United Nations, international partners and governments, and the Rwandan government have produced a dramatic advancement in childhood health. Rwanda’s 90.1% vaccination coverage rate is one of the highest in Sub-Saharan...

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Malalai works to secure a polio-free Afghanistan

Malalai works with the polio vaccination teams in Nangarhar province. Malalai (name changed), a polio campaign monitor from Nangarhar province, is one of the heroes of the polio eradication effort, dedicating her work to ensuring that every child receives 2 drops of the polio vaccine during every single campaign...

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