Tracy Hamer, a pilot with Samaritan Aviation, meets local children in Angoram, East Sepik Province, Papua New Guinea, where UNICEF is working to eliminate the threat of maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT) through life-saving vaccines.
UNICEF believes children should feel respected and informed throughout the immunization process. Here, kids in Yemen hold brochures designed to educate them about the measles and rubella vaccines they are about to receive.
A village health trainer conducts a nutritional assessment on a 2-year-old who was abandoned at birth. The child, who is now being cared for by grandparents and an aunt, receives therapeutic feeding and other nutritional support through AVSI-SCORE.
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The Rise of Cash+ Programmes in Sub-Saharan Africa This photograph comes from INCLUDE Platform.