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The Measles & Rubella Initiative is a global partnership to stop measles and rubella. Join us, American Red Cross, CDC, UNICEF, UN Foundation, WHO
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WHO Jan 18
Vaccines can help limit the spread of . Here is how:
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UNICEF Ukraine Jan 19
“One more unvaccinated child tragically died from ” - acting Minister of Health . As of today, 8 deaths have been reported in . UNICEF urges all parents whose children missed earlier to get missed doses
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UNICEF Jan 16
A worrying trend...
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M&R Initiative Jan 12
A warm welcome to . We look forward to working together to ensure that no child dies from measles or is born with congenital rubella syndrome!
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Rob Yates Jan 4
Measles Deaths Fall to a Record Low Worldwide - another triumph for universal FREE healthcare
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Seth Berkley Dec 31
Behind the immunization statistics, there are children with big dreams. Thanks to all who helped for them in 2017 - here's to another year of determination & progress!
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Seth Berkley Dec 26
Measles Deaths Fall to a Record Low Worldwide, via Don McNeil
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WHO Dec 20
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January 2017: The world is making progress towards eliminating
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Gavi Dec 19
Saving children’s lives by helping millions of is Warren Buffet's best ever investment 📈. Here’s why ➡️
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Gavi Dec 20
This is why we do what we do. on the power of vaccines to save countless children's lives.
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Orin Levine Dec 21
What did vaccines teach us in 2017? They have the power to wipe out disease from countries & entire regions of the world, helping billions lead healthy, productive lives. Read more from on this year’s accomplishments: via
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CDC NCEZID Dec 7
From to , CDC is finding better ways to fight . Check out our newest innovations to
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Adam Rogers Dec 10
We’ve just immunized over 330k refugee children against measles in Bangladesh. by
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UNICEF Dec 8
What a brave girl! She’s being vaccinated against measles in Muyinga Province, Burundi.
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WHO Dec 5
Replying to @WHO
Vaccine-preventable diseases include: Cervical cancer Cholera Diphtheria Hep B Influenza Japanese encephalitis Measles Mumps Pertussis Pneumonia Polio Rabies Rotavirus Rubella Tetanus Typhoid Varicella Yellow Fever Get vaccinated,
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Gates Foundation Dec 6
We're pushing towards universal access to immunization. Seeing the impact of new vaccines in Africa and the countless lives saved fuels us to keep the momentum going.
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WHO Nov 24
Replying to @WHO
About 116 million children worldwide receive basic vaccines every year, but 19.4 million children worldwide still miss out. , Let's make sure NO child is left behind!
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Seth Berkley Nov 25
These are the top infectious killers of children, the causes of hundreds of thousands of preventable deaths:
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WHO Nov 30
Today is ! Universal health coverage means that no one misses out on prevention and treatment
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WHO Nov 23
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FACT: Immunization is one of the most successful and cost-effective means to help children grow into healthy adults. !
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