From Abuja to Seattle, child health advocates rallied around a unified message in November: Keep the Promise. Stop Pneumonia Now. Members of the Global Coalition Against Child Pneumonia used a diverse set of advocacy strategies, such as campaigns, press conferences, and educational events, to commemorate World Pneumonia Day in various countries. Read More.
Interview with MSF doctor Alan Gonzalez
Refining the policy ask, leveraging partnerships, and using evidence-based messaging are critical to keeping child health funded
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PATH’s Elevating Oxygen project is implementing the HO2PE: Oxygen Gives Life campaign to increase global awareness...
Ground-breaking partnership will raise awareness of the power of immunisation and of handwashing with soap to accelerate child survival efforts
Global Coalition Against Child Pneumonia released scores of powerful writings in honor of World Pneumonia Day 2016
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The 2016 Pneumonia and Diarrhea Progress Report: Reaching Goals Through Action and Innovation, by the International Vaccine Access Center (IVAC) at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, documents the progress of the 15 countries experiencing the greatest burden of pneumonia and diarrhea.