Vaccines reach the most vulnerable and remote in the world!
- by linda
- August 26, 2021
No matter how far or difficult, UNICEF teams are working to reach everyone with COVID-19 vaccines. That includes children, families, and the elderly in communities in the most remote corners of the world.
Every year, UNICEF vaccinates half the world’s children against preventable diseases. Now, they’re taking on COVID-19 as a lead member of the COVAX Initiative to ensure everyone around the world has equitable access to protection. Each day, COVAX and UNICEF are delivering more vaccines around the world.
Here is just four of the most incredible delivery stories to date from UNICEF.
Read full article Credit: UNICEF Australia
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