The WHO's 2023 World Malaria Report discussed the adverse effects of climate change on malaria transmission and the transformative power of vaccines. Now, as we enter 2024, the groundwork is being built for routine immunization against one of the deadliest diseases for children.
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.
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!
With the Shot@Life Champion Summit in Washington, D.C. quickly approaching, I wanted to offer some insider information to help you prepare for the exciting event. Here are some do’s and don’ts to help you make the most of your summit experience.
On the 141st anniversary of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's birth, UN Foundation's Peter Yeo reflects on his life as a polio survivor and his legacy as a leader in that fight.