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We are proud to support equitable access to life-saving vaccines to ensure no child is left behind, including supporting countries to detect and .
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Watch our video envisioning a world without polio as we celebrate how far we’ve come in the fight to . Happy !
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USAID Global Health Oct 25
and teamed with the rideshare company Grab to encourage its millions of users to wear masks and wash their hands
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USAID Global Health Oct 25
Many lessons learned from can inform our response to current and future infectious disease outbreaks, including the ongoing pandemic.
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USAID Global Health Oct 24
Just a few months ago, Africa was declared wild polio free! We again offer our congratulations to the region today on . Let’s kick polio off the planet, not just out of Africa.
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USAID Global Health Oct 24
As continues to disrupt routine immunizations worldwide, we cannot lose sight of our global goal to .
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USAID Global Health Oct 24
A polio-free world is possible, but we cannot lose momentum: if one child remains infected, all children are at risk. Let’s :
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USAID Global Health Oct 24
Only 2 countries today continue to report wild polio cases. This , learn why and its partners (like us!) believe we can shrink that number to ZERO!
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USAID Global Health Oct 24
For , we celebrate the heroic frontline health workers who have worked to over the past 30 years. Join us in thanking them!
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USAID Global Health Oct 23
Through , worked with to encourage 4+ million people to in order to manage , even during .
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USAID Global Health Oct 23
Digital technologies are vital tools in improving TB prevention, detection & treatment. Through the , builds strong & sustainable solutions to help countries .
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USAID Global Health Oct 23
's partnerships with diverse companies are setting the stage for post-pandemic collaboration.
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USAID Global Health Oct 23
. is proud to be working with to accelerate the development of vaccines against emerging infectious diseases & enable access when outbreaks occur.
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USAID Global Health Oct 23
Well-trained nurses and midwives are vital to preventing stillbirths and continuing essential maternal health care during times of crisis. We work to and help countries build the capacity and skills of their own health workforce.
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USAID Global Health Oct 23
Through the , has continued to deliver lifesaving care during COVID-19.
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USAID Global Health Oct 23
USAID’s innovative programs support resilient . Hear at describe how USAID is discovering locally solutions to strengthen the global health workforce through programs like the Health Workforce Resilience Prize.
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USAID Global Health Oct 23
Through the , builds strong & sustainable local solutions to help countries .
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USAID Global Health Oct 23
Tune in at 10:30 AM EST to hear talk at the about USAID’s efforts through and others to retool the global health workforce.
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USAID Global Health Oct 23
If current trends continue, more than half of all stillbirths in 2030 will occur in sub-Saharan Africa. is already working to support the most vulnerable in this region, with many of our MNCH priority countries located here.
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Feed the Future Oct 23
Breastfeeding provides infants w/ essential nutrients & immune system support to fight infections. Nurse Isabella is teaching new moms in Tanzania the importance of breastfeeding for healthy babies. Her story:
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