Country stories

Articles focusing on Gavi-supported countries.

19 January 2022

Kisumu County’s 100-day immunisation campaign

In November 2021 Kenya’s Kisumu County launched a large scale measles-rubella vaccine campaign to reach 100% of unvaccinated children.

19 January 2022

Hail a jab: COVID-19 vaccines taken to the taxi ranks of Eswatini

Access to COVID-19 vaccines has been made easier in the Kingdom of Eswatini as residents can get their jab at bus stops and taxi ranks across the country.

17 January 2022

Pakistan reignites polio vaccination drive

Civil society, media, local influencers, celebrities, religious scholars, and frontline workers are all reinforcing the Pakistan government’s fight against Poliomyelitis.

13 January 2022

The resilience of mothers in Nigeria’s displaced people camps

Despite fleeing their homes because of civil unrest and violence, mothers in the camps are doing whatever it takes to protect their children by getting them immunised.

12 January 2022

South Sudan committed to polio vaccination campaign in its remote areas

South Sudan has reignited the drive to vaccinate its children against the polio virus.

10 January 2022

Churches are boosting vaccination rates in Eswatini

Eswatini has launched a campaign to encourage members of the Zionist churches to get vaccinated against COVID-19.

6 January 2022

COVID-19 means that Pakistani transgender people are even more marginalised

Trans rights organisations such as the Good Thinker Organisation are working to ensure that Pakistan’s transgender community recovers from the hardship that COVID-19 has wrought.

5 January 2022

The impact of COVAX in Laos

Vaccination started off slow, but has steadily increased over 2021 thanks to public health messaging and vaccine deliveries.

4 January 2022

Uganda: Taking vaccines to the people

The country is on a major vaccination drive to ensure that people are protected and the economy can recover.

23 December 2021

Oral Cholera Vaccine saving lives in South Sudan

While South Sudan has been declared cholera-free, it is an ongoing battle to keep things that way.

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