About African Vaccination Week:
“African Vaccination Week is an annual event celebrated during the last week of April in synchronization with the other WHO Regions and World Immunization Week (WIW). It is led and coordinated by the World Health Organization (WHO) Regional Office for Africa and implemented by countries.
The goal of the AVW is to strengthen immunization programs in the African Region by increasing awareness of the importance of every person’s (particularly every child and woman) need and right to be protected from vaccine-preventable diseases.
It aims at keeping immunization high on national and regional agendas through advocacy and partnerships. It also promotes the delivery of other high-impact lifesaving interventions. The over-arching slogan of AVW is “Vaccinated communities, Healthy communities.”
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