Vaccines News

Seychelles PCV vaccine

New vaccine introduced to protect Seychellois children from Pneumonia and other Pneumococcal diseases

A health worker administers the Rotavirus vaccine to a baby in Buikwe District

Government launches new Rotavirus vaccine to protect children in Uganda from diarrhea

WHO Country Representative administering OCV in an IDP camp of Borno state in 2017

Adamawa state gets over 700,000 doses of oral cholera vaccines for emergency vaccination

Two children receive OCV on the first day of the campaign in Lilongwe_edited

Malawi administers Oral Cholera Vaccine to over 500,000 people in Lilongwe Urban

A cross section of officials, health workers and community members at the launch of the IP vaccine in Freetown

Sierra Leone maximizes protection against polio with new vaccine launch

The first Mauritian baby receiving the Hexavalent vaccine in the presence of Dr A. Husnoo, Health Minister, Mrs R. Jadoo-Jaunbocus, Minister of Gender Equality, Child Development and Family Welfare and other eminent staff of the Ministry of Health and Quality of Life

Hexavalent vaccine: less injections and more protection for babies

The team of consultants - Ms Zorodzai Machekanyanga, Mr Brine Masvikeni, Dr Mutale Mumba from WHO/IST, Dr Kazoka Antony-WHO Tanzania and Mr Kiptoon Shem- WHO Kenya during the MR IPV Post Introduction Evaluation debriefing meeting at Sibane Hotel in Ezulwini

Swaziland conducts Post MR and IPV vaccine Introduction Evaluation

WHO Consultants discussing country’s readiness to introduce the Rotavirus vaccine and PCV

WHO supports the development of the Seychelles’ Introduction Plan for Rotavirus and Pneumococcal Vaccines