Support life-saving vaccines for children in developing countries

Support life-saving vaccines for children in developing countries

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      United Nations Foundation

 

One in five children does not have access to vaccines that prevent deadly diseases, like measles, pneumonia or diarrhea. All of these diseases can easily be prevented with immunizations, but these vaccines are not always readily available.

Around the world, some moms walk as far as 15 miles to reach life-saving vaccines for their children. These vaccines cost very little, but they can give those children a shot at a healthier, happier life.

Show your support and sign today to help increase access to life-saving vaccines for children in developing nations.

 

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    • Alexa Smith-Surrett FAYETTEVILLE, NC
      • almost 3 years ago

      Even though they are in other countries, does not mean that they deserve any less. These children deserve to live. Support life-saving vaccinations for these kids.

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    • Christina Donegia XENIA, OH
      • almost 3 years ago

      you know, if the US and other developed countries hadn't banned CFCs, thousands more would be vaccinated because managing the cold chain wouldn't be as much of a problem. We can sign this and support it, but how many people here supported banning a life-saving chemical over trumped up science without considering the consequences.

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    • Larry Kareem SPRING, TX
      • almost 3 years ago

      Life -saving vaccines should be mandatory for all chidren in developing countries as a right to life and live. Children of developing countries must survive..

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    • Vivian Zohery WASHINGTON, DC
      • about 3 years ago

      because they are human beings too..

      if animals in the US can get shots and all that, why cant people?

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    • hannah slade LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
      • about 3 years ago

      because I care...

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