This fall, Shot@Life volunteer advocates raised their voices as one to urge Congress to support funding for global immunization. Read more about their amazing collective impact below.
This Veterans's Day, we sat down with long time Shot@Life Champion Commander Jonathan Levenson to discuss his journey through vaccination advocacy. Jonathan is currently the Director for Healthcare Business at the Naval Medical Center Portsmouth and has served as a critical care nurse in the US Navy for 20 years.
In October, Nigeria added the HPV vaccine to its routine immunization program, aiming to reach 7.7 million girls in the largest single round of HPV vaccination in Africa.
On October 24, the global health community marked World Polio Day. Below are just a few of the highlights, from survivors, healthcare professionals, and everyday people.
During Mobilize to Immunize, let's make sure Congress steps up with the support they need.
Mary Singer is the new Grassroots Advocacy Intern for the Shot@Life campaign. Learn more about her in this Q&A!
2023 is the 11th anniversary of the International Day of the Girl Child, made to empower girls and recognize their rights. Despite being the future leaders of this world, girls continue to face rampant global health inequities. One such injustice is the ongoing battle against HPV.
Megha Gupta is the new Communications Intern for the Shot@Life campaign. Learn more about her in this Q&A!
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.
Holly Pappano is the new Communications Associate for the Shot@Life campaign. Learn more about her in this Q&A!
World Refugee Day, observed every year on June 20, is an opportunity to highlight the resilience and strength of millions of refugees worldwide.