Judith Diment brings her skills of public relations and public affairs to help with polio advocacy and communications.
Just 60 cents will protect a child for life.
This promotional tool is essential in getting parents to bring their children to vaccination areas. In India, more than 172 million children are vaccinated during a single national immunization campaign.
After children receive the vaccine, their pinky fingers are stained with purple ink to show they've been immunized. This is an effective, affordable, and safe way to ensure every child is reached.
Bright yellow vests help those seeking vaccination to recognize health workers and volunteers easily.
Oral polio vaccine must be kept cool to remain effective.
What connects $40 million, breakthroughs for global public health, and the future of Pakistan and Afghanistan’s children? The answer is Canada, which holds a special place in my heart.