Polio frontline workers ensure that no child is left behind during door-to-door immunization campaigns.
Over 31 million children will be vaccinated against measles in Pakistan in a countrywide immunization campaign supported by the polio programme’s greatest asset: its people.
Group continues its historical support
Special report on Papua New Guinea
The last man with smallpox was an advocate for polio eradication.
Girl or boy, health workers in Nigeria are determined to show parents that the polio vaccination is for all children.
Update on polio eradication efforts in Afghanistan for August 2018
Quickly detecting every poliovirus is critical to achieve a polio-free Pakistan. Surveillance officers like Dr Nosheen Safdar work hard to make sure no poliovirus escapes detection.
Meet WHO’s Chris Maher, who has spent 25 years following polio to its last hiding places.
On Pakistan Independence Day, vaccinators break records for the number of children protected against polio.
Kofi Annan, former Secretary-General of the United Nations, made significant and important contributions to global efforts to eradicate polio.
By Roland Sutter, Research, Policy and Containment Team, Polio Eradication Department, WHO
UNICEF community mobilizers engage mothers and fathers to ensure that every child is safe from polio.
Update on polio eradication efforts in Pakistan for July 2018
Take a look at how the Papua New Guinea Government, the World Health Organization, and partners of the Global Polio Eradication Initiative are responding to the country’s recent outbreak of circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus.