Shot@Life is celebrating the power of global vaccines as we countdown to World Pneumonia Day on November 12. Explore the campaign and share on social media!
Susan Silbermann - The Importance of Vaccines
Hear Susan Silbermann, President and General Manager of Pfizer Vaccines, speak about the importance of vaccinations and how they have improved public health for everyone around the world.
Why Vaccines Matter to the World
Dr. Mkopi, Tanzanian Pediatrician and Child Health Specialist, shares how the introduction of the pneumococcal vaccine in developing countries has played an important role in helping to reduce childhood deaths around the world.
Shot@Life Talks Supporting Children Everywhere
Devi Thomas, Shot@Life Director, joins Pfizer’s Rehana Wolfe to talk about how Shot@Life is helping to increase access to vaccines around the world through the UN and Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance.
Why Do You Support Global Vaccines?
Calling all bloggers! Write a post about why you believe in the power of global vaccines and share on social media using #VaccinesWork. We’ll promote our favorites on social media.
The Power of Vaccines in Zambia
Amelia Old, Shot@Life Champion and Blogger, shares photos and stories from her recent fellowship with Shot@Life to Zambia where they saw firsthand the power of vaccines.
Spread the Word on Social Media
Show your support for global vaccines by sharing a post from 12 Days of Impact with your friends and family!
Voices for Vaccines
Shot@Life Global Advocates are joining together to show why they believe that every child everywhere deserves a shot at a healthy life.
Healthy Choices to Help Prevention
Pneumococcal pneumonia is a serious and, in some cases, life-threatening illness that can strike anywhere and at any time. It’s important to make healthy choices in order to help prevent this infection. Watch now and share to get the word out.
Fighting Pneumonia around the World
Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, has helped make tremendous strides to combat pneumonia in children around the world. Hear stories of the impact vaccines have had in developing countries.
A Dozen Dads Who Support Vaccines
Hear what the co-creator of Games of Thrones, a U.S. Paralympian, actress Zoe Saldana’s husband, and a Tanzanian pediatrician have in common!
Prevention is the Best Medicine
Vaccine researcher Bill Gruber says vaccines are the single most important medical instrument to protect public health. Watch to learn how he and his team are working to combat disease by helping usher in a new era of vaccine innovation.
Tweet at your Member of Congress!
We are just two days away from World Pneumonia Day! Show your policymakers the importance of funding global vaccine programs by tweeting at them here.
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