Stories on Global Immunization
Updated June 27, 2022
CDC-supported trainings can help countries improve applications for oral cholera vaccine and campaign quality.
CDC evaluates HPV vaccine introduction in Zimbabwe, Senegal, and Tanzania, sharing lessons learned for future vaccine introduction.
Ethiopia spearheaded immunization in the age of COVID-19 with innovative approaches to keep workers and children safe. Over 14.5 million children ages 9-59 months vaccinated.
The Global Polio Eradication Initiative (GPEI) program, including CDC, is drawing on years of experience fighting outbreaks and reaching underserved communities to support governments as they prepare and respond to COVID-19.
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Photos From The Field
Mothers line up to have their children registered for immunization at the Lotus Colony Health Post in Mumbai, India. The health post immunizes about 200 children each week.
A young girl's hand rests in the hand of her mother as they wait for vaccination in India.
A bicycle stands in an African street with a Kick Polio Out of Africa bag over its handlebars.
Local public health staff member conducts a vaccination interview with a family in the Rumphi District of Malawi.
Masked health workers walk through narrow streets in the Philippines for a vaccination campaign held during the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic.
Health workers carry vaccines through the rain in the Philippines, 2020.
Young boys gather around a visiting CDC truck.
Children proudly lift their marked fingers (showing proof of their vaccination) in Cambodia.