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The Democratic Republic of the Congo Eliminates MNT
Babies in the DRC are no longer at risk of contracting tetanus, thanks to immunization and education campaigns by UNICEF and partners.
Born a Refugee, Mohammad Is Growing Up Healthy, Thanks to UNICEF
UNICEF and partners make sure that children in Jordan's Azraq Refugee Camp get the immunizations they need to stay strong.
In the DRC, a Mother Helps a Village Fight Polio
After a neighbor's child was paralyzed by polio, Rachel took her kids to be immunized — and convinced other parents to do the same.
Turning Doubters Into Defenders To Fight Measles in the Philippines
Information and immunization campaigns aim to reverse plummeting vaccine coverage rates.
With Help From UNICEF and Partners, Chad Eliminates MNT
Chad is the latest country to officially eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT). Only 13 countries remain at risk.
Why Vaccines Matter in 2019
Misinformation and distrust are fueling vaccine hesitancy, and vaccine-preventable diseases are on the rise as a result.
Team Vaccine: Immunizing Every Child Is a Global Group Effort
Parents, vaccinators, volunteers and kids can all play vital roles in a vaccine's journey.
Immunization Under Fire
UNICEF vaccinates nearly half the world's children, including those growing up in conflict zones. But there is much more work to be done.
Alarming Global Surge of Measles Cases Is a Wake-Up Call
UNICEF and partners know there is only one way to protect children from contracting this potentially fatal disease: Vaccinate them.
Vaccines Save Lives
Measles was eliminated in the U.S. in 2000. Now it's back and on the rise, fueled by vaccine hesitancy and a lack of awareness.
If Vaccine Rates Keep Falling, These Diseases Could Make a Comeback
We have reason to fear the latest outbreaks of preventable diseases: Vaccination rates are waning, and they are critical to disease control.
Two Drops of Patience: UNICEF and Rotary's Fight to Eradicate Polio
See how far Patience Asiimwe will go to make sure every child in Uganda is protected from polio — with help from Rotary and UNICEF.