Preventing typhoid can change communities. The primary goal of the Coalition is to define the barriers for the adoption of typhoid vaccines in the communities where they are needed most and the key activities that are needed to overcome them.
The Dengue Vaccine Initiative (DVI) is a consortium of organizations working to lay the groundwork for dengue vaccine introduction in endemic areas so that, once licensed, vaccines to prevent dengue will be swiftly adopted by countries most in need. DVI builds on the momentum and capabilities of the Pediatric Dengue Vaccine Initiative (PDVI) and focuses on creating an enabling environment for vaccine introduction and on maintaining a pipeline of vaccine candidates.
Health system and EPI Program
In 1996, following decades of civil war, Cambodia undertook to reform its healthcare system.
Public health services are delivered through 76 health districts. The districts, which do not correspond to political jurisdictions, prepare annual plans and administer 930 health centers. A cadre of supervisors links the central level with 24 provincial health departments.
When it comes to children’s health, vaccination has proven to be a wise investment. Vaccinating children not only prevents unnecessary suffering and death but also promotes the development of healthier, more productive families, communities and societies.