The WHO Recommends a Second Malaria Vaccine, R21/Matrix-M, a Major Advancement in Child Health and Malaria Control.
This September marks the eleventh consecutive year that Shot@Life and Walgreens are teaming up for Get a Shot. Give a Shot.®, providing lifesaving vaccines to children across the globe.
Learn more about what's next for the game-changing RTS,S and R21 vaccines, in collaboration with UN Foundation's United to Beat Malaria.
Ahead of Raising Generation ImmUnity, the upcoming summit led by Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, we are spotlighting their model and impact.
Read Executive Director Martha Rebour's key takeaways from the 2023 World Health Assembly.
On Mother's Day, we recognize the stories of moms like Bella and the sacrifices they make so their children are protected against vaccine-preventable diseases.
During World Immunization Week, we explore the pandemic-driven declines in routine vaccinations and the risk of history repeating itself.
A Shot@Life means every child and every family the best possible opportunity to thrive, without the pain of diseases like polio.
We are thrilled to continue our partnership with Walgreens and celebrate a landmark tenth consecutive year of the Get a Shot. Give a Shot. ® program to immunize children around the world.
Check out a few of the Shot@Life team’s favorite recent reads about immunizations efforts and global health that we thought you might enjoy, too.
Last year, the World Health Organization (WHO) recommended the first-ever malaria vaccine - RTS,S - for widespread use in sub-Saharan Africa, where nearly half a million children die each year from the mosquito-borne disease.
Executive Director Martha Rebour reports from UNICEF's Global Supply and Logistics Hub, a key part of the global vaccine distribution chain.