WHO to immunize One Children against Malaria in Adamawa

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The World Health Organization, WHO, has concluded plans to immunize at least million Children in Adamawa State against malaria.

WHO Malaria Program Officer, IniAbasi Nglass who disclosed this on Wednesday in Yola, the State Capital said more than 9,000 volunteers has been trained to implement the Seasonal Malaria Chemoprevention program across the 21 Local Government Areas of the State.

According to Nglass, the Organization has procured 4.4 million doses of anti-malaria vaccine to protect 977,843 Children in the State under five years old against malaria parasites.

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