21 June 2018


Challenge, No child or mother should suffer and die from preventable causes. Yet, Afghanistan remains one of the most dangerous places in the world to be a baby, a child or a mother, and access to a hospital or health facility is beyond the reach of most. The country has one of the highest infant mortality rates in the world and thousands of Afghan women die…, Resources, Articles, reports and data Super health workers and faith leaders are fighting Corona virus (2020) Immunization continues amid COVID19 Making the commitment for effective vaccine management for children and mothers in Afghanistan UNICEF Data: Afghanistan   Websites Every Woman Every Child | Global Movement Scorecards: Reproductive, Maternal,…, Reaching every child, Under the leadership of Afghanistan’s Ministry of Public Health, UNICEF works with partners to improve services and ensure quality reproductive maternal newborn child and adolescent health (RMNCAH) care, as well as expanded programme on immunization (EPI) services for children and women. Focusing on the most vulnerable and strengthening primary…, The health programme in numbers , On a yearly basis, nearly 1.2 million children under one year receive life-saving vaccines. On a yearly basis, 6 million pregnant women receive vaccines that prevent nine diseases. In 2020, 50,364 pregnant women and 79,362 children who live more than two hours away from a health facility received essential health care through mobile health teams.