Every child deserves a shot at a healthy life, no matter where they live.  Yet, every 20 seconds, a child dies of a disease that can be prevented by a vaccine.  By scaling up the delivery of vaccines in developing countries, we can save children's lives.

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Supporter Spotlight: Shot@Life's Sarah Mayer
The UN Foundation's “Supporter Spotlight” series has a discussion with Sarah Mayer, a student at the University of Iowa who works closely with the United Nations Foundation’s Shot@Life campaign. ...read more »

Statement from Devi Thomas, Director Shot@Life campaign, on President's 2017 Budget
Following the release of President Barak Obama’s 2017 budget, Devi Thomas, Director, United Nations Foundation’s Shot@Life campaign, issued the following statement. ...read more »
February 10

Minda Dentler to speak at 2016 Champion Summit
Minda Dentler will be one of our 2016 Champion Summit speakers. As an infant in India, Minda contracted polio, but she has never let her disability slow her down. ...read more »
December 21

2016 Appropriations package is a win for global childhood immunizations
Members of the House and Senate have agreed on a FY16 appropriations package that provides vital increases in funding for many of Shot@Life’s top global immunization advocacy priorities! ...read more »
December 18

Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, approves measles and rubella strategy
This week, the Board of Directors for Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, approved a measles and rubella strategy that will make huge strides in reducing childhood mortality. ...read more »
December 09

Afghanistan’s female polio diplomats lead the way across the finish line
In a society with strict gender roles and social norms, female vaccinators like Arianna Gul are the key to winning the battle against polio, a crippling virus that has been ...read more »
November 30

'Tis the Season: Join us to beat polio this holiday season!
This holiday season, Shot@Life will be raising funds to support polio immunizations for the children who need them most in places like the Horn of Africa and Afghanistan. Here are ...read more »
November 24

New Measles Data: What you need to know
The World Health Organization released new figures in the global fight against measles. Here are the top things you need to know about the current state of global measles efforts. ...read more »
November 13

Learning from Shot@Life Global Immunization Fellow Dr. Namala Mkopi
Shot@Life hosted Dr. Namala Mkopi, an attending pediatrician and child health specialist from Tanzania. Dr. Mkopi discussed the challenges and successes of the pneumococcal vaccine for children in developing countries. ...read more »
November 12

Shot@Life in Memphis
Shot@Life truly enjoyed the General Federation of Women’s Club (GFWC) National Convention which took place in Memphis, TN. ...read more »
July 20

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