Video: Polio in Afghanistan

Polio is a crippling disease still endemic in Afghanistan. However, the country is closer than ever to stopping transmission.

See how the World Health Organization is working with the Government of Afghanistan, local communities and partners of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative, to once and for all rid the country of polio.

Video is also available with subtitles in other languages:  Français | عربي | Espagnol | 한국| 日本語で

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