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Pneumonia, diarrhoea and malaria

Ethiopia, 7 November 2013: Millions of Ethiopian Children to be Protected Each Year Against Leading Cause of Severe Diarrhoea

Somalia, 14 October 2013: On Global Handwashing Day, UNICEF focuses on creating awareness about the link between hand washing and Polio prevention in Somalia

South Africa, 9 October 2013: Roll Back Malaria Progress & Impact Series – Focus on South Africa

New York, 25 September 2013: Joint Statement by WHO, UNFPA, UNAIDS, UNICEF and the UN Secretary General’s Special Envoy for Financing the Health MDGs and for Malaria on the Occasion of the 68th General Assembly of the United Nations

Uganda, 11 May 2013: “Invest in the future; defeat malaria” – United Nations

South Sudan, 25 April 2013: Use of long lasting insecticide - treated bed nets is key to cutting malaria deaths and illness - UNICEF

Uganda, 27 April 2013: Uganda launches vaccine against pneumococcal disease

New York, 25 April 2013: Nets are key to cutting malaria deaths and illness - UNICEF

Ethiopia, 20 December 2012: Ministry of Health, U.S. President’s Malaria Initiative and UNICEF join forces to combat malaria

Global, 13 November 2012: Pneumonia still number one killer

Somalia, 14 October 2011: Massive push to protect populations from malaria in south-central regions

Burundi, 22 September 2011: Introduction of the new vaccine against pneumococcus

Somalia, 22 August 2011: Water-borne diseases are lethal threat to children in southern Somalia

South Sudan, 8 July 2011: On the eve of independence, the Government and UNICEF inaugurate a new ward at the country’s only children’s hospital

USA, 25 April 2011: UNICEF on World Malaria Day: Preventable and curable, but still killing 800,000 every year

Kenya, 14 February 2011: Kenya marks the global roll out of pneumococcal vaccine against the world’s leading cause of child death

Somalia, 25 April 2010: Malaria risk declines by over 50 percent

 

 
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