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Three vaccine vials in an ice box
Jan 18, 2023
Findings from a new series of studies could hold broad implications for developing vaccines against enteric pathogens.
Signs from the conference
Dec 13, 2022
“No diarrhea; more smiles.” “The answers are in the poop.” This and more poo-etic wisdom from our the VASE Conference attendees graced the open spaces between the poster presentations.
Signs of Poo Guru wisdom
Dec 13, 2022
“No diarrhea; more smiles.” “The answers are in the poop.” This and more poo-etic wisdom from our the VASE Conference attendees graced the open spaces between the poster presentations.
Health worker with mask holds a vaccine syringe
Nov 23, 2022
Vaccines, nutrition, and WASH reduce antibiotic overuse.
Poo Guru cast of characters
Nov 16, 2022
Meet Poo Guru! She is flush with facts about toilets, sanitation, and their vital role in global health. This World Toilet Day, as we celebrate all kinds of loos and latrines, the Poo Guru is our guide. She aims to raise awareness and investment in
Nov 10, 2022
The Global Action Plan for the Prevention and Control of Pneumonia and Diarrhoea outlines an integrated approach to simultaneously tackle these leading infectious killers of children.
Map of zero dose children target and how trends fall short
Nov 03, 2022
An example of the kind of charts available through the Immunization Agenda 2030 scorecard, this image conveys how global trends fall short of zero-dose children coverage targets.   
A handwashing station outside of an open window at a local Kenya clinic
Oct 14, 2022
Poor WASH is responsible for more than half of global diarrheal disease cases. As with COVID-19, the poorest communities are the hardest hit.
Baby in Nigeria gets oral rotavirus vaccine
Aug 22, 2022
Rotavirus vaccine has the potential to save nearly 100,000 children’s lives in Nigeria.
Jar with dark powder
Aug 16, 2022
Insects are rich in protein, fiber, and prebiotics, and require fewer environmental resources.