Because lord knows we need it.
The celebration of World Polio Day on 24th October brings us all a much-needed piece of good news. Back in August, while the COVID-19 pandemic was still rife, Africa was certified free of wild polio. Although […]
In the wake of the unprecedented coronavirus pandemic, we have witnessed communities and nations come together in unexpected ways, based on the knowledge that collaboration is vital – and uplifting – in times of unease. […]
Influenza kills between 250,000 and 400,000 people worldwide every year, according to estimates by the World Health Organisation. In the UK, around 600 people die annually of flu complications. However, some years are much worse […]
The two interventions that have most decreased child mortality in the last 100 years have been clean sanitation and vaccination programmes. Clean sanitation is an expected standard of living in any developed nation however vaccination of […]