Afghanistan’s determined effort to end polio
The importance of detecting type 2 polioviruses ‘post-switch’
Afghanistan is reaching over 5.6 million children with vaccines against polio during large-scale campaign starting in January.
Ministries of health from around the world call for urgent measures to secure lasting polio-free world
The Government of Korea gives US $4 million for polio disease surveillance and outbreak response
Tahera and over 65,000 dedicated frontline workers are at the heart of efforts to eradicate polio from Afghanistan.
A global polio communication package to help equip countries with the strategies and tools to finish polio
In January, the polio programme is contributing to the protection of more than 4 million children against measles.
Today we are proud to be celebrating the sixth anniversary of the last case of polio in India.
Transit vaccination: fleeting interaction, permanent benefit
Automated machines at the CDC are increasing the number of samples tested for polio and for immunity against it.
Afghanistan and Pakistan are proving that countries are stronger together in the fight to stop the poliovirus.
Pakistan is building a sensitive system to find every last virus by training surveillance officers, scaling up the workforce and increasing environmental surveillance
A National Islamic Advisory Group has been established in Somalia to support polio eradication and routine immunization.
Clinical trials are constantly finding ways to improve the tools and methods used to protect children against polio, even in the most difficult places.