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  • The Power of Vaccines Alison Root

    Checking Up on Vaccines Donors

    Posted by Alison Root on Apr 24, 2014  | 

    When I first started working on vaccine advocacy in 2011 the situation was clear – most children in the world had no access to the vaccines that could save their lives. As a dedicated problem solver, I was proud to work for ACTION, a partnership of advocacy organizations mobilizing resources and shaping policies to ensure access to health for all. Read more

  • The Power of Vaccines Alison Root

    Checking Up on Vaccines Donors

    Posted by Alison Root on Apr 23, 2014  | 

    When I first started working on vaccine advocacy in 2011 the situation was clear – most children in the world had no access to the vaccines that could save their lives. As a dedicated problem solver, I was proud to work for ACTION, a partnership of advocacy organizations mobilizing resources and shaping policies to ensure access to health for all. Read more

  • Posted by ACTION Guest on Apr 23, 2014  | 

    It is the cruel lottery of life that can determine your chances of surviving in the world, depending on three simple questions: Where were you born? Where do you live? What is your gender? Read more

  • Posted by ACTION Secretariat, Washington, D.C. on Mar 31, 2014  | 

    Join the Gates Foundation, the World Health Organization, the World Bank and others to talk about progress on neglected tropical diseases at noon EDT on April 2. We'll be live streaming the event right here! Read more

  • Posted by ACTION Guest on Mar 27, 2014  | 

    Fanny Voitzwinkler, coordinator of the TB Europe Coalition, discusses how the European Union can address rising rates of drug-resistant TB with its borders. Read more

  • Ending the TB Epidemic Angela Pereira

    What’s the World TB Story?

    Posted by Angela Pereira on Mar 25, 2014  | 

    World TB Day 2014 was packed with ACTION -- afraid you missed something? We've summed up the highlights as the global TB-fighting community rallied around a call to reach the 3 million people who have TB, but don't receive the care they need. Read more

  • Posted by Angela Pereira on Mar 24, 2014  | 

    Zolelwa Sifumba was a fourth year medical student when the vision she had for her bright future suddenly shifted with a diagnosis of drug-resistant TB. Read more

  • Ending the TB Epidemic

    An Intolerable Set of Facts

    Posted by RESULTS UK on Mar 24, 2014  | 

    There can be few phrases that more accurately describe the current state of the fight against tuberculosis (TB) than ‘an intolerable set of facts’. Read more