Promoting Community Health and Development in Nigeria.
For Vaccine Network for Disease Control, 2021 was a year full of incredible opportunities to intervene positively in the lives of the underserved and vulnerable in our communities.
Join us as we recap our most transformative and exciting moments such as mass vaccination campaigns against COVID-19 , Polio and other vaccine-preventable diseases, girls’ mentorship, Women empowerment programs, and more. As lovers of growth, In 2021, Vaccine Network for Disease Control also went through rebranding that has since yielded positive outcomes for our organization.
Vaccine Network for Disease Control (VNDC) is grateful to our sponsors, without whom none of this would have been possible. We thank the UN Foundation, Pathfinder International, Catholic Caritas Foundation of Nigeria, Aquarium Consult, and Association for Reproductive and Family Health and a host of philanthropic individuals.
VNDC displayed a high level of commitment towards Women empowerment which we are grateful to our wonderful community volunteers for making this possible to reach out to these communities.
As we step into 2022, we look forward to more partnerships and collaborations with focus on the integration of One Family Health approach and Equity into all our programs. We believe this will be a year of robust community interventions that will result in transformative impact. We continue to rebuild trust in communities through strategic programming for sustainable impact.
We look forward to working with you in the New Year and catalyzing a positive change in our communities.
Happy New Year and thank you for making 2021 the happiest year of our lives so far.
Join us in 2022 as we TAKE OVER!
Mrs. Chika Offor
CEO Vaccine Network for Disease Control.