Children may not suffer from the most serious health consequences of COVID-19 at the same rate as adults, but they will face the most long-term consequences.
My name is Kenneth Prudencio, Advocacy Officer at ASAPSU, Côte d'Ivoire and I am from Benin, in West Africa. I have lived in Nigeria, Togo, Côte d’Ivoire and in France.
As you (hopefully) get to know me throughout this blog, you’ll see that I am equal parts adventurous and homebody, extroverted and introverted, spontaneous and regimented. As I sit at the beginning of my career, I am eager to see what life unfolds for me…
Since the beginning of the global COVID-19 crisis, GHA has been heavily committed to demanding massive efforts to ensure global access to COVID-19 tools and resources (protective equipment, diagnostics, treatments, and vaccines). We fight for solidarity and cooperation to prevail over national interests as the COVID1-9 pandemic has revealed deep inequalities in terms of access to healthcare and rights.
Health Promotion Tanzania (HDT), a member of the ACTION Global Health Advocacy Partnership, is a local Tanzanian NGO registered in 2004 as the Human Development Trust.
Sizwe Nombasa Gxuluwe is my name, born and brewed in my beloved country of South Africa — in Africa, oh Africa! my continent.
On April 20, a virtual conversation on the ways policymakers, civil society organizations (CSOs), government officials, and funders can create an integrated, equitable approach to immunization was hosted by Gavi CSO Constituency in partnership with Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, RESULTS UK, ACTION Global Health Advocacy Partnership, and Save the Children UK.