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New report informs WHA dialogue on the leading killers of children: pneumonia and diarrhea
As the 69th World Health Assembly discusses progress on the Global Vaccine Action Plan, a new data visualization platform—from the International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC) at the
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By Lisa Hussey, BioMed Central
[In April 2016] Pneumonia officially [published] its first volume as part of the BioMed Central suite of journals. Here, Editor-in-Chief Professor Allan Cripps highlights the importance of raising awareness about pneumonia and provides
This post originally appeared on Devex.
This month, hundreds of thousands of children will get access to rotavirus vaccines in India with the start of a national introduction that marks Asia’s largest to date. But over 90 million children around the
This post was originally published on the Huffington Post and is cross posted here with permission.
Over the course of my career, I've been more personally committed to eliminating pneumonia as a major killer of children. So in 2009, I was
This post originally appeared on the USAID IMPACT blog and is cross-posted here with permission.
by Robert Steinglass and Katrin DeCamp
MCHIP immunization work in India / JSI
For many problems in global health, we struggle to know the solutions.
Pneumonia is not one of them.
This post originally appeared on the DefeatDD blog and is cross-posted here with permission.
By: Lauren Newhouse, Communications officer for PATH’s pneumococcal vaccine development project
As we mark the sixth annual World Pneumonia Day this month, you might be wondering why you should continue to care. You
This year's theme is: Push the Pace. Fight Pneumonia.
Use the information and resources below to help you in your World Pneumonia Day campaign efforts!
2015 Events and Toolkits
World Pneumonia Day 2015 Social Media Toolkit
Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance - World Pneumonia Day 2015
Fifth Annual World Pneumonia Day Marks Successes and Challenges in Tackling #1 Killer of Children
Global Coalition Against Child Pneumonia Calls for Continued Investment in Innovations and Proven Tools
(BALTIMORE, MARYLAND) — Global health advocates today commemorated the fifth annual World Pneumonia
The Global Coalition Against Child Pneumonia announced today the theme of the 2013 World Pneumonia Day commemorations will be “Innovation". In the days leading up to World Pneumonia Day, celebrated every year on November 12, advocates will call upon governments to
The World Health Organization (WHO) and UNICEF have released The integrated Global Action Plan for the Prevention and Control of Pneumonia and Diarrhea (GAPPD) that details the strategic plan for reducing the death and illness caused by childhood pneumonia and diarrhea.