For the Gosha community, vaccines are not only protecting them from COVID-19, but are also bringing development to their area.
In the face of mounting logistical hitches, ordinary Nigerians are rallying behind health workers to ensure the success of COVID-19 vaccine rollout across the country.
The sports and entertainment communities of Eswatini are banking on COVID-19 vaccines to turn their fortunes around.
Going door-to-door, local community leaders are mobilising mothers to have their children immunised.
Skyrocketing prices for sanitary products, supply shortages and lockdowns are combining to make it harder and harder for girls and women in Nigeria to manage their periods.
Kenya is aiming to eliminate malaria entirely by 2030, with the world’s first malaria vaccine forming an important tool in its arsenal. The country’s youth is playing an important role.
The WHO recommendation on the RTS,S vaccine could protect millions of children across Africa.
Authorities in Kenyan border regions have come up with an innovative way to encourage COVID-19 vaccinations among herder communities: combine it with animal vaccination.
Routine immunisation took a hit in Nigeria thanks to the pandemic. Thanks to the arrival of COVID-19 vaccines, particularly for health workers, mothers are returning to immunisation clinics.