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Коронавирус и вакцинация – что будет, если не делать плановые прививки Читать далееl

Несмотря на это, некоторые родители боятся вести в поликлинику своих детей, чтобы не заразиться коронавирусом. Другая часть родителей заявляет, что из-за введенных ограничений они просто не могут вернуться из сел или дач в город и сделать детям прививки.   “Мне страшно” Малышу жительницы Тбилиси Н.Б. 3 мая исполняется два месяца. Именно с этого возраста начинается … Continued

Over 13 million children did not receive any vaccines at all even before COVID-19 disrupted global immunization – UNICEF

As the world waits desperately for a vaccine, the COVID-19 pandemic is continuing to surge across the globe. Millions of children are in danger of missing life-saving vaccines against measles, diphtheria and polio due to disruptions in immunization services. At last count, most countries had suspended mass polio campaigns and 25 countries had postponed mass measles … Continued

Statement by the Measles & Rubella Initiative: More than 117 Million Children At Risk of Missing Out on Measles Vaccines, As COVID-19 Surges

This is a statement by the Measles & Rubella Initiative comprising of American Red Cross, U.S. CDC, UNICEF, United Nations Foundation and WHO. This originally appeared on the Measles & Rubella Initiative website.  ATLANTA/GENEVA/NEW YORK, 14 April 2020: As COVID-19 continues to spread globally, over 117 million children in 37 countries may miss out on … Continued

APPLICATIONS OPEN: Join Boost’s Inaugural Scholar Course on Adaptive Leadership

The Boost Community, in partnership with The Geneva Learning Foundation (TGLF) and Adaptive Change Advisors (ACA), invites applications for the first cohort of the Scholar Level 1 Certification Course on Adaptive Leadership. More on Scholar: TGLF’s Scholar courses foster the development of capabilities critical to leadership, such as reflective, collaborative and analytical skills. Learners participate from anywhere and work together … Continued

Please Help WHO, UNICEF, Gavi and the Boost Immunization Professional Community Understand Your Needs During COVID-19 Pandemic

You are most certainly getting many questions on COVID-19. Technical guidance has been developed on how to maintain safe immunization services, advice on campaigns and how to plan for catch-up vaccination after the pandemic, but the situation is evolving. We need your assistance to better understand what you need from WHO, UNICEF, Gavi and the … Continued

LNCT Member Newsletter March 2020

LNCT Updates Updated Information on LNCT Scholarships for Teaching Vaccine Economics Everywhere (TVEE) Thailand Workshop LNCT has selected three applicants to receive scholarships to attend TVEE’s training workshop in Bangkok, Thailand. The three applicants are Kapil Singh, National Project Officer, India, Nilton Costa Cruz, Program/Technical Assistant for the General Director of Health Services Delivery, Timor … Continued

Из-за мер изоляции в связи с пандемией COVID-19 многие дети могут остаться без прививки от кори

Из-за коронавируса кампании по вакцинации против кори были уже отложены в 24 странах мира, в том числе в Казахстане, Кыргызстане, Украине и Узбекистане. Они будут отменены еще в 13 странах. В этой связи Всемирная организация здравоохранения (ВОЗ) и Детский фонд ООН (ЮНИСЕФ) совместно с другими партнерами в области здравоохранения выступили с заявлением в поддержку «Инициативы … Continued

Pandemic brings mass vaccinations to a halt

“A devil’s choice.” That’s how Seth Berkley, head of GAVI, the Vaccine Alliance, describes the dilemma facing global health organizations in the past few weeks. They could either continue to support mass vaccination campaigns in poor countries but risk that they would inadvertently help spread COVID-19—or recommend their suspension, inevitably triggering an upsurge of many … Continued

COVID-19: Gavi steps up response to pandemic

Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, will provide US$ 29 million in urgent initial funding to 13 lower-income countries to support their response to COVID-19, helping them to protect health care workers with personal protective equipment (PPE), perform vital surveillance and training, and fund diagnostic tests. There are further requests or interest from 21 countries, meaning more … Continued

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