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  • 900,000 cholera vaccine doses arrive in Beira
    900,000 cholera vaccine doses arrive in Beira

    900,000 cholera vaccine doses arrive in Beira

    The National Health Ministry has confirmed 1,052 cases of Cholera in the aftermath of Cyclone Idai. Nearly 900,000 doses of the Cholera vaccine, procured by UNICEF and the World Health Organization (WHO), arrived in Beira.

    02 April 2019 Emergency | Health

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  • “I had to tie my children to the tree with their own clothes”
    “I had to tie my children to the tree with their own clothes”

    “I had to tie my children to the tree with their own clothes”

    32-year-old Josias Fernando and his family were forced to search for shelter due to the impact cyclone Idai had in their community of Matarara, in Manica province. An estimated 1.9 million people are affected of which 1 million are children. Thousands are feared dead and displaced.

    24 March 2019 Emergência | Emergency | Health

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  • Record number of infants vaccinated in 2017
    Record number of infants vaccinated in 2017

    Record number of infants vaccinated in 2017

    As over 19 million children miss out on vaccinations, UNICEF and WHO call for concerted efforts to reach all children

    16 July 2018 Health

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  • World is failing newborn babies
    World is failing newborn babies

    World is failing newborn babies

    Babies from the best places to be born up to 50 times less likely to die in the first month of life.

    20 February 2018 Health

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