Vaccine Network supported Abuja Municipal Area Council (AMAC) in February of 2011 in routine immunization exercise by monitoring, in their bid to immunize children in the various settlements for Measles and Polio. According to the AMAC statistics, 441 children were immunized in Damangaza Angwan Hausa settlement alone.

Children’s Day: Every Child Deserves a Healthy Life

The children’s day was a huge success, as vaccine network carries out their unique social work at “Damangaza” a local settlement within Lokogoma district in Abuja FCT. It was a way of showing love and care, making sure the children are happy and are well entertained. The Event started with distribution of clothing to the …

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Toyin Saraki Talks on Adolescent Health

The West African Academy of Public Health (WAAPH) in support of the Independent Accountability Panel(IAP) for Every Women, Every Child, Every Adolescent had a consultation meeting on Adolescent Health. This meeting served as preparatory dialogue for the multi-stakeholder consultation that the IAP is convening on 25 May during the 2017 World Health Assembly week in …

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Jan 10th 2011- Jan 15th 2011, Vaccine Network For Disease Control Partnered with The Pediatrics Association of Nigeria, to hold their 42nd Annual General Conference in Abuja tagged “PANCONF (Prospects and Challenges in Accelerating Reduction of Child Mortality Rate in Nigeria) Vaccine Network supported the program by having a Journalistic Advocacy tagged “Routine Immunization”. Vaccine …

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