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In which MICs would rotavirus vaccines have the greatest benefit?
Aug 18, 2021
Middle-income countries ineligible for Gavi support have lagged in introducing rotavirus vaccines. Low-cost vaccines offer a cost-effective option for these countries.
Participants view posters at VASE 2018
Aug 09, 2021
As everyone knows, the world has changed considerably in the last 18 months. In March 2020, we were busy getting ready for our third biennial Vaccines Against Shigella and enterotoxigenic Escherichia coli (ETEC) Conference—known as the VASE
A mother breastfeeds her infant while the father prepares food in the background
Aug 03, 2021
Pandemic disruptions in access to support have caused global breastfeeding rates to fall. More support is urgently needed to protect babies.
Boxing gloves labeled ORS and zinc with co-pack ingredients in between them
Jul 29, 2021
Only 7% of children who need diarrhea treatment get ORS and zinc. The co-pack could help.
Jul 19, 2021
On Friday, July 16, 2021, the World Health Organization (WHO) released its first updated rotavirus vaccine position paper since 2013. WHO’s position papers summarize all currently known research relevant to a vaccination against a certain pathogen
Woman holds a cup to feed her infant child
Jun 29, 2021
As the world brings their attention to advancing women’s rights with the Generation Equality Forum this week in Paris, let’s remember how vital a tool good nutrition is in achieving women's and girls’ empowerment.
Graphic with text: Women can't raise healthy children alone
Jun 25, 2021
Meet three inspiring women working to strengthen women's and children's health, well-being, and education.
Text: When women rise, CO2 levels fall
Jun 23, 2021
When women are in leadership, families, communities, and the planet benefit.
Flow chart showing how infections lead to malnutrition
Jun 17, 2021
Repeated gut infections can have long-term impacts on a child's development. A modeling study sheds light on how these infections cause damage.
Two pairs of white shoes on the floor behind a double line of red paint
Jun 02, 2021
Stabilizing chlorine supply could reduce hospital-acquired infections, which affect an estimated 15.5% of patients in low- and middle-income countries.