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    11 June 2018

    New immunisation leadership and management training

    The Expanded Programme on Immunization Leadership and Management Programme (EPI LAMP) aims to strengthen national leadership and management of immunisation programmes in Gavi-supported countries. The inaugural nine-month programme is a collaboration between Yale’s Global Health Leadership Initiative, the Rwanda-based University of Global Health Equity, PATH and Gavi.

    08 March 2018

    Bill Gates explains the importance of the HPV vaccine to women in developing countries

    Introducing the HPV vaccine into developing countries helps prevent cervical cancer in women. On International Women’s Day, Bill Gates explains why this is such a priority.

    05 February 2018

    Rohingya refugee camps: diphtheria outbreak sends warning to all countries

    Since November 2017, there have been around 5,000 suspected cases of diphtheria among the Rohingya refugees sheltering at Cox’s Bazar in eastern Bangladesh after fleeing their native Myanmar. In humanitarian crises, disease is often the first emergency but this outbreak took aid workers by surprise.

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    07 March 2018

    Female vaccine heroes: two health workers, two scientists, a teacher and a town crier

    If you know something about global health, you’ve probably heard of Edward Jenner or Jonas Salk, but what about the women who also helped lay the foundations for modern immunisation? Meet five remarkable women who pushed forward the frontiers of science.

    02 February 2018

    Vaccine champions vs cervical cancer in Senegal

    In 2014, Senegal began a demonstration programme to understand how best to deliver the human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine to adolescent girls. Senegal plans to introduce the vaccine, which can prevent the majority of cervical cancer cases, nationally in 2018.

    Meet some of the people who are on the frontline of protecting girls across the country from cervical cancer.

    11 July 2017

    Inky fingers point to healthy future for Malawi's children

    Usually parents are quick to ask children to scrub their inky fingers – but not after a recent life-saving vaccination campaign in Malawi. Close to 8 million children’s fingers were marked with an ink stain to show that they had been immunised against two deadly diseases – measles and rubella.

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