WHO, UNICEF and partners have reached 1.1 million children with the oral polio vaccine in South Sudan this November
Regional emergency outbreak response is being further intensified, amid humanitarian crisis and insecurity.
Rotary Foundation has been recognized as the Outstanding Foundation of 2016 by the Association of Fundraising Professionals
Research is delivering faster, cheaper and easier ways to administer the injectable inactivated polio vaccine to every last child
Innovation Series: How a New Method of Delivering the Inactivated Polio Vaccine Could Help Overcome Global Supply Challenges
With SAGE recommending the use of fractional doses of the inactivated polio vaccine, a solution has been found to address global supply constraints
The Global Polio Eradication Initiative gets polio workers to the most vulnerable locations.
Polio workers around the world overcome huge obstacles every day to protect millions of children and ensure that we end polio.
SAGE recommends the use of fractional IPV
To mark this World Polio Day, we launch an innovation series celebrating the new approaches helping to address the final hurdles standing in the way of a polio free world
Watch live on Monday 24 October, or view anytime afterwards on endpolio.org to mark progress towards a polio-free world.
Global Citizens call on world leaders to end polio
Another ‘Plus’ in ‘PolioPlus’
Polio is about to become the second-ever human disease to be eradicated – efforts are underway to ensure it will stay eradicated
The polio outbreak response in Nigeria and across the Lake Chad basin is being run within the context of a broader humanitarian emergency response, as north-east Nigeria is classified within WHO as a Grade 3 emergency. But what does this actually mean?
A polio-free world starts with an engaged and informed community. With this in mind, the Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) is excited to announce the launch of its new and user-friendly website.