Vaccine Network for Disease Control is a Non- Profit Organization determined to leave its unique mark on the field of Health and Education, setting an example through both its advocacy and other programs for stakeholders, settlements and other organizations. As a model Non-profit organization, Vaccine Network operates a humanitarian organization knowing it’s a complicated and challenging task. We conduct rigorous evaluations of each new program we carry out and develop the necessary infrastructure to consistently evaluate the organizations ongoing efforts. We aim to build Vaccine Network into a world-renowned organization that is able to synthesize the multitudinous needs of providing effective service in both the short-run and long-run.


  • To save and improve the quality of life of the poorest communities in Nigeria using unusual strategies to create permanent change by fostering community partnerships and ownership, helping them identify and devise lasting solutions to their own problems.
  • To transform the health and educational status of rural communities across Nigeria through partnerships with the public and private sector, leveraging on their passion and resources, to turn their good intentions into measureable results.


  • To be a model non-profit organization distinguished by our programs and our dedication to improving community health and education.
  • To be the face of sustainable change in the underserved communities across the country.


  • We are committed to meeting the needs and exceeding expectations of the communities we serve,
  • We continuously strive to achieve excellence in our organizations and at all levels in our programs.
  • We embrace the diversity of the communities we serve and foster communication and trust through partnerships with the community to develop programs that provide value to the community.


  • To increase the number of children who have undergone routine immunization by the year 2015.
  • To improve the health of the Nigerian children in the affected communities by making sure that immunization schedule is adhered to.
  • To support the government efforts on their bid to eradicate disease through immunization and general hygiene.
  • To reduce disability/ mortality rate of Nigerian children.
  • To educate the village settlers especially the mothers on vaccination and general hygiene. The catch here is persistence, interest and more persistence.
  • To ensure the children have immediate access to immunization through assistive personnel (influencers) who are within reach. They will be within the settlement or village.
  • To provide a strategic method to improve health and education in various settlements.
  • To create opportunities for children through preschool education as a stepping stone in order to Millennium Development Goals.
  • To merge education and health as that is the key to sustainable development.


Throughout our efforts, we will hold our programs to the highest of standards as we use unconventional strategies to send messages relating to health and education. In recognizing the complexity of providing humanitarian assistance, we will bring a critical viewpoint to our programs, constantly evaluating them to maximize our effectiveness. This rigorous perspective, most of all, will ensure high-quality healthcare and education for the members of the communities.