Mobilize to Immunize


Between October 1 and November 12, advocates across the country mobilize in their communities to raise awareness about the lifesaving potential of vaccines and encourage their members of Congress to fund global immunization programs in the U.S. budget.

Vaccine equity is important now more than ever. While life may be returning to normal in some countries, most low-income countries around the world still do not have access to lifesaving vaccines, for both COVID-19 and deadly diseases like polio, measles, pneumonia, and rotavirus. 

Around World Polio Day (October 24) and World Pneumonia Day (November 12), we can make sure our members of Congress know their constituents support global vaccination efforts and understand the vital role the U.S. plays in the lives of children around the world. 

Stay tuned for an updated 2022 Mobilize to Immunize 2022 advocacy toolkit on Oct. 1, 2022.