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  • pccfht - PrimaCare Community FHT @pccfht 6 minutes ago
  • Posted @withrepost • @who It's World Immunization Week! Vaccine-preventable diseases include:
Cervical cancer
Cholera
Diphtheria
Hep B
Influenza
Japanese encephalitis
Measles
Meningitis
Mumps
Pertussis
Pneumonia
Polio
Rabies
Rotavirus
Rubella
Tetanus
Typhoid
Varicella
Yellow Fever
Protected together, #VaccinesWork! Posted @withrepost@who It's World Immunization Week! Vaccine-preventable diseases include: Cervical cancer Cholera Diphtheria Hep B Influenza Japanese encephalitis Measles Meningitis Mumps Pertussis Pneumonia Polio Rabies Rotavirus Rubella Tetanus Typhoid Varicella Yellow Fever Protected together, #vaccineswork!
  • Posted @withrepost@who It's World Immunization Week! Vaccine-preventable diseases include: Cervical cancer Cholera Diphtheria Hep B Influenza Japanese encephalitis Measles Meningitis Mumps Pertussis Pneumonia Polio Rabies Rotavirus Rubella Tetanus Typhoid Varicella Yellow Fever Protected together, #vaccineswork!
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  • unicefssudan - UNICEF South Sudan @unicefssudan 19 minutes ago
  • World Immunization Week has begun and #UNICEF #SouthSudan is as engaged as ever with its country-wide immunization programmes.

Vaccines are widely recognized as one of the world’s most successful and cost-effective health interventions and this year’s theme is Protected Together: Vaccines Work! In 2019, UNICEF plans to immunize more than 2.5 million South Sudanese children against measles. 
#VaccinesWork Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance World Immunization Week has begun and #unicef #southsudan is as engaged as ever with its country-wide immunization programmes. Vaccines are widely recognized as one of the world’s most successful and cost-effective health interventions and this year’s theme is Protected Together: Vaccines Work! In 2019, UNICEF plans to immunize more than 2.5 million South Sudanese children against measles. #vaccineswork Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance
  • World Immunization Week has begun and #unicef #southsudan is as engaged as ever with its country-wide immunization programmes. Vaccines are widely recognized as one of the world’s most successful and cost-effective health interventions and this year’s theme is Protected Together: Vaccines Work! In 2019, UNICEF plans to immunize more than 2.5 million South Sudanese children against measles. #vaccineswork Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance
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  • unicef_mena - UNICEF MENA @unicef_mena 20 minutes ago
  • High-five! 🤚#VaccinesWork!

One-week-old baby Moayad received his first vaccination at a UNICEF -supported health clinic in #Jordan. 
Children in Azraq Refugee Camp receive routine vaccinations from UNICEF-supported health clinics. High-five! 🤚#vaccineswork! One-week-old baby Moayad received his first vaccination at a UNICEF -supported health clinic in #jordan. Children in Azraq Refugee Camp receive routine vaccinations from UNICEF-supported health clinics.
  • High-five! 🤚#vaccineswork! One-week-old baby Moayad received his first vaccination at a UNICEF -supported health clinic in #jordan. Children in Azraq Refugee Camp receive routine vaccinations from UNICEF-supported health clinics.
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  • mumswithamessage - Mums with a Message @mumswithamessage 24 minutes ago
  • Don’t forget to visit our @depop shop for some adorable purchases, handmade with love by our mums who want to spread the word 🥰🥰 Don’t forget to visit our @depop shop for some adorable purchases, handmade with love by our mums who want to spread the word 🥰🥰
  • Don’t forget to visit our @depop shop for some adorable purchases, handmade with love by our mums who want to spread the word 🥰🥰
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  • leonilde_de_almeida - LEO🌹 @leonilde_de_almeida 1 hour ago
  • #Repost @unicef (@get_repost)
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Did you know that almost 9 in 10 children receive life-saving vaccinations around the world? This happy baby is waiting for his vaccines at a UNICEF-supported health centre in Chad. #VaccinesWork © UNICEF/UN0291185/Dejongh

@unicef 
Você sabia que quase 9 em 10 crianças recebem vacinas que salvam vidas em todo o mundo? Este bebê feliz está esperando por suas vacinas em um centro de saúde apoiado pela UNICEF no Chade. #VaccinesWork © UNICEF / UN0291185 / Dejongh #repost @unicef (@get_repost) ・・・ Did you know that almost 9 in 10 children receive life-saving vaccinations around the world? This happy baby is waiting for his vaccines at a UNICEF-supported health centre in Chad. #vaccineswork © UNICEF/UN0291185/Dejongh @unicef Você sabia que quase 9 em 10 crianças recebem vacinas que salvam vidas em todo o mundo? Este bebê feliz está esperando por suas vacinas em um centro de saúde apoiado pela UNICEF no Chade. #vaccineswork © UNICEF / UN0291185 / Dejongh
  • #repost @unicef (@get_repost) ・・・ Did you know that almost 9 in 10 children receive life-saving vaccinations around the world? This happy baby is waiting for his vaccines at a UNICEF-supported health centre in Chad. #vaccineswork © UNICEF/UN0291185/Dejongh @unicef Você sabia que quase 9 em 10 crianças recebem vacinas que salvam vidas em todo o mundo? Este bebê feliz está esperando por suas vacinas em um centro de saúde apoiado pela UNICEF no Chade. #vaccineswork © UNICEF / UN0291185 / Dejongh
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  • ubafoundation - UBA Foundation @ubafoundation 1 hour ago
  • Today we celebrated the beginning of #AfricanVaccinationWeek and #WorldImmunisationWeek in Abuja, Nigeria at the National Primary Healthcare Development Agency. Key stakeholders, journalists and medical professionals gathered to celebrate the advancements made in Nigeria in the fight to eradicate the spread of diseases due to lack of immunisation. Leading the discussion where (Pictured L-R) Dr. Omotayo Bolu, Director for Immunisation United States Centers for Disease Control, US Embassy Abuja, Dr. Clement Peter Current Officer in Charge WHO Nigeria, Ms. Nadia Lasri, Senior Country Manager Gavi, Dr. Awele Elumelu, Gavi Ambassadors for Immunisation in Africa and CEO of Avon Medical, Dr. Faisal Shuaid, Executive Director NPHCDA and Dr. Dorothy Nwodo, Director of Disease Control NPHCDA #AVW2019 #WIW2019 #ProtectedTogether #VaccinesWork #GiveAChildAChance #AvonMedicalForVaccines Today we celebrated the beginning of #africanvaccinationweek and #worldimmunisationweek in Abuja, Nigeria at the National Primary Healthcare Development Agency. Key stakeholders, journalists and medical professionals gathered to celebrate the advancements made in Nigeria in the fight to eradicate the spread of diseases due to lack of immunisation. Leading the discussion where (Pictured L-R) Dr. Omotayo Bolu, Director for Immunisation United States Centers for Disease Control, US Embassy Abuja, Dr. Clement Peter Current Officer in Charge WHO Nigeria, Ms. Nadia Lasri, Senior Country Manager Gavi, Dr. Awele Elumelu, Gavi Ambassadors for Immunisation in Africa and CEO of Avon Medical, Dr. Faisal Shuaid, Executive Director NPHCDA and Dr. Dorothy Nwodo, Director of Disease Control NPHCDA #avw2019 #wiw2019 #protectedtogether #vaccineswork #giveachildachance #avonmedicalforvaccines
  • Today we celebrated the beginning of #africanvaccinationweek and #worldimmunisationweek in Abuja, Nigeria at the National Primary Healthcare Development Agency. Key stakeholders, journalists and medical professionals gathered to celebrate the advancements made in Nigeria in the fight to eradicate the spread of diseases due to lack of immunisation. Leading the discussion where (Pictured L-R) Dr. Omotayo Bolu, Director for Immunisation United States Centers for Disease Control, US Embassy Abuja, Dr. Clement Peter Current Officer in Charge WHO Nigeria, Ms. Nadia Lasri, Senior Country Manager Gavi, Dr. Awele Elumelu, Gavi Ambassadors for Immunisation in Africa and CEO of Avon Medical, Dr. Faisal Shuaid, Executive Director NPHCDA and Dr. Dorothy Nwodo, Director of Disease Control NPHCDA #avw2019 #wiw2019 #protectedtogether #vaccineswork #giveachildachance #avonmedicalforvaccines
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