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A girl receives a measles vaccination, Namibia
© UNICEF Namibia/2016/Mutseyekwa
A young girl is vaccinated against measles and rubella during Namibia’s measles rubella vaccination campaign.

In Namibia, UNICEF is guided by a Programme of Cooperation with the Government of the Republic of Namibia. The overall goal is to protect the rights of children and women through national systems, ensuring that the most vulnerable people in Namibia have equitable access to high-quality services, including in health, education, child protection, social protection and water, sanitation and hygiene. Learn more.


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