2016-01-0114 Years
Project
Developing Communities

Measles and Rubella Elimination Project

Nigeria
Sudan
Chad
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Duration

2016 - 2030

Beneficiaries

45.6 million children

Targeting Range

Lebanon, Maldives, Nepal, Nigeria, Chad, Sudan and selected Middle Income Countries or MICs including Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, Namibia and South Africa

Children are the world's most crucial human capital and its hope too, and for the sake of their health, Alwaleed Philanthropies "Global", in partnership with UNICEF, took the initiative to provide the necessary vaccine supplies to fight the global Measles and Rubella.

Children are the world's most crucial human capital and its hope too, and for the sake of their health, Alwaleed Philanthropies "Global", in partnership with UNICEF, took the initiative to provide the necessary vaccine supplies to fight the global Measles and Rubella.

2021 Accomplishments

Achievements during the COVID-19 pandemic:

  • In Chad, 236,668 children aged 9 to 59 months were vaccinated against measles.
  • In Lebanon, 467,497 children aged 6 months to 10 years received measles vaccines.
  • In Nepal, 238,665 children were vaccinated with the second dose of the measles vaccine.
  • In Nigeria, 858,144 children were vaccinated against measles.
  • In Sudan, 1,087,137 children received measles vaccination.
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