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Baby is weighed on a scale at Kuje Primary Health Care Center in Kuje, Nigeria.
Jun 24, 2020
As Nigeria plans to introduce rotavirus vaccination, inequities in vaccination coverage and burden of disease are projected to result in an inequitable impact of the vaccine.
Male laboratory worker using a microscope to look at a sample on a slide. PATH/Eric Becker
Jun 16, 2020
Early studies suggest SARS-CoV-2 may be transmitted through the fecal-oral route.
A boy sips ORS
Jun 10, 2020
Co-packaged ORS and zinc is a necessary tool for reaching global child survival targets.
Two health workers with vaccines walking toward a boat
Jun 03, 2020
We must not lose sight of the more than 100 prequalified vaccines that exist already against infectious diseases.
Janie Hayes on a bike on a long stretch of road
May 28, 2020
An additional 43,000 children around the world per month could die due to undernutrition during COVID-19 restrictions.
Indonesia and Peru diarrhea burden graphic
May 14, 2020
New IHME estimate show that countries such as Indonesia and Peru, pictured above, still experience substantial geographic disparities in diarrhea mortality. Source: IHME.   
Handwashing
May 05, 2020
There is one factor that all these illnesses have in common.
Apr 23, 2020
In 2006, rotavirus vaccine became the first-ever vaccine introduced in a low-income country and a wealthy country in the same year.
Apr 21, 2020
Maybe you’ve found yourself wondering: What exactly does WHO do?
Apr 16, 2020
The idea of advocacy for child health was new, and not necessarily welcomed.