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Making sure no child is forgotten – reaching children in refugee camps

South Sudan - children in refugee camps

South Sudan declared independence in 2011, making it the world’s youngest nation. The country has an incredibly large number of refugees and internally displaced persons due to ongoing conflict and violence in the region. Some of the displaced live in camps like this one. Many others live amongst their host population, without access to basic services.

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Wide age range measles-rubella vaccination campaign, Nepal (2012-2013)

Wide age range measles-rubella vaccination campaign, Nepal (2012-2013)

By invitation of WHO/Nepal, CDC’s Dr. Umid Sharapov spent three weeks in December, 2012 as an international monitor of their measles-rubella (MR) campaign. The Ministry of Health and Population of Nepal introduced rubella-containing vaccine by conducting a wide age range measles-rubella (MR) campaign during 2012-2013. Ten million children (9 months – 14 years) were vaccinated.

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Cholera Vaccination in Haiti

Cholera Vaccination in HaitiCDC has been helping Haiti to rebuild its health system since the devastating 2010 earthquake and cholera epidemic. Vaccines play a big part.

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Validation of Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus Elimination in the Philippines, 2015

Validation of Maternal and Neonatal Tetanus Elimination in the Philippines, 2015

In many countries, deliveries take place in unhygienic circumstances, putting mothers and their newborn babies at risk for a variety of life-threatening infections.Maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT) have been among the most common lethal consequences of unclean deliveries and umbilical cord care practices. When tetanus develops, mortality rates are extremely high, especially when appropriate medical care is not available.

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CDC's participation in a 2012 post-introduction evaluation of HPV vaccine in Latvia

CDC's participation in a 2012 post-introduction evaluation of HPV vaccine in LatviaA post-introduction evaluation (PIE) is conducted usually about one year or so after a new vaccine has been incorporated into a national immunization program. The purpose is to assess the effectiveness of the program in incorporating the new vaccine, the effect on health outcomes, the robustness of the data systems, and to evaluate coverage with the new vaccine (usually calculated as a percentage of all persons eligible to be vaccinated).

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