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Afghanistan is closer than ever to eradicating polio. Through this photo essay, discover 10 innovative approaches that are bringing Afghanistan closer to ending polio, for good.
The Pakistan polio snapshot gives a monthly update on key information and activities of the polio eradication initiative in Pakistan. August updates include: Two new cases of polio reported – the total for 2017 is now five At a meeting of the Na...
In polio-endemic countries, frontline workers are utilizing every opportunity to ensure no child is left behind
With the global polio case count at the lowest in history, there has never been a better time to invest in surveillance for poliovirus.
Volunteer community health workers responding to the outbreak of cholera are one of the most powerful means to help curb the spread of disease.
Update on polio eradication efforts in Afghanistan for August 2017
Despite challenges, polio vaccination campaigns have been carried out in Syria in response to an outbreak of vaccine-derived poliovirus
In July and August, health workers and volunteers vaccinated hundreds of thousands of children in targeted campaigns in Syria to protect them from an outbreak of circulating vaccine-derived poliovirus
Polio has not been detected for a year, but that doesn't mean it’s gone
Armed with maps and motorbikes, religious leaders cover great ground in support of polio vaccination
On his motorbike, Mullah Rashid criss-crosses Kandahar, talking to communities about the importance of vaccination
Adding creativity and colour to polio eradication efforts in Afghanistan.
Mountains, floods, deserts, long distances can all make it harder to reach every last child with vaccine
Before a vaccination campaign begins, health workers must piece together a huge amount of information so every last child is reached with the polio vacine
Snapshot of polio eradication efforts in Pakistan for July 2017
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