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Immunisation Week 24-30 April 2017

Ending preventable deaths across the continent Immunisation prevents more than three million deaths from measles, diphtheria, tetanus, and whooping cough, globally. It also prevents millions of children from being permanently disabled by polio or tuberculous meningitis. In 1974, smallpox was successfully eradicated across the globe, and since, immunisation has become ...
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World Malaria Day

a Poor Man’s Disease? There are 7.5 billion people living in our world today, with nearly half of them at risk of malaria. Malaria, currently endemic in 91 countries and territories, is caused by parasites that are transmitted through the bites of female mosquitos. It is one of the most ...
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International Day for Street Children

The 6th International Day for Street Children took place last Wednesday, 12th April 2016, and served to provide a platform for the millions of street children around the world whose rights are routinely ignored. The International Labour Organization and UNICEF estimate that there are 30 million street children in Africa ...
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Transforming Lives – Gerald, Tanzania

Fifteen-year-old Gerald hails from Rukora, a rural village in Kagera region, in the north west of Tanzania, bordering with Rwanda and Burundi. The Kagera region is picturesque, surrounded by mountains and Lake Victoria on its eastern shores.  Mostly rural, with few job opportunities, the majority of its people live on ...
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Corporate Messengers Delivers for ACT

Corporate Messengers Worldwide is a UK based logistics company with head office in London. They handle shipments from any point in the world to Nigeria. ACT had the pleasure of meeting with the CEO of the company, Tony Osibodu, in Lagos, Nigeria at the beginning of the month. Corporate Messengers’ ...
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