Our Partners At Work

Shot@Life supports the work of partners who are already saving lives and improving the health of millions of children around the world every day. Our Implementing Partners have a proven track record in vaccine advocacy here and abroad and their work has already contributed to a 99 percent reduction in polio, a 74 percent reduction in measles-related deaths, and the introduction of vaccines for the two most deadly childhood diseases, pneumonia and diarrhea.

Read more about our Implementing Partners through their on-the-ground stories from the field.

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Q&A: How India Stopped Polio

January 11, 2013 BY Eric Porterfield

An interview with Jeffrey Bates at UNICEF READ MORE »

POSTED IN: Global Health, Partners

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Close out the year with a gift

December 28, 2012 BY Seth Berkley, M.D.

With the year drawing to a close, it's an ideal time to reflect on the past while looking ahead to the future. I was recently in Tanzania, where I was inspired by the mothers and fathers who lined up early and waited in long lines at the Bumbwini Misufini clinic to get their children immunized. I was inspired because it reminded me that what many of us take for granted can make such a difference in countries like Tanzania... READ MORE »

POSTED IN: Global Health, Partners

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Working as partners to save lives

November 29, 2012 BY Dagfinn Høybråten

As I was writing my new book, my granddaughter of 6 asked me what I was up to. I am writing my book, I said. What is it on? She asked. On what grandpa thinks is most important. Do you know what grandpa thinks is most important? That the children may live, she replayed with a big smile... READ MORE »

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