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I Am

In countries where deadly and disabling diseases are common, vaccines help millions of children make it to their futures.

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A Common Disease, a Promising Solution

Follow the trail of rotavirus vaccines in Nicaragua.

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Generation Without Fear

The Meningitis Vaccine Project could end epidemic meningitis in Africa.

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Our reach in vaccines

We advance development and delivery of vaccines with the potential to improve millions of lives.

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Technologies for vaccines

It takes innovation to ensure vaccines are safe and effective, even in settings where few resources are available.

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Lifesaving solutions for Nicaragua's children

Thanks to the widespread introduction of a vaccine and effective treatments, Nicaragua's diarrhea wards are nearly empty.

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Landmark campaign to protect India's children

In 2005, an outbreak of Japanese encephalitis killed 1,700 people and disabled thousands more in India. In 2006, a vaccination campaign against the disease began.

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A new vaccine's powerful potential

MenAfriVac™ may one day mean the end of epidemic meningitis in Africa.

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A solution for severe diarrhea

Severe diarrhea often kills children like two-year-old Wilson Garcia Obando. But a vaccine, coupled with effective treatment, is saving lives.

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To care for her family

In rural India, a project ensures that new mothers like Laxmi can care for their babies, including getting the vaccinations they need.