In honor of World Immunization Week, the ReSViNET Foundation, supports vaccine development and hopes to continue to spread awareness about the importance of vaccinations. Immunization saves millions of lives every year and is widely recognized as one of the world’s most successful and cost-effective health interventions. Yet, there are still nearly 20 million unvaccinated and under-vaccinated children in the world today. To read more about World Immunization Week, click here.
This summer, the University Medical Center Utrecht and the Amsterdam UMC will organize an interactive summer school dedicated to Global Child Health.
A wide range of international experts in the field of global health will educate you on the major challenges and solutions of global child health.
Are you curious what can be done to improve child health and lower mortality? Do you want to increase your knowledge on child health and integrate in a big international group of people by working together as a team? Don’t hesitate and visit the link below for more information!
Join the “Respiratory syncytial virus and child pneumonia” webinar event on Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 10AM Eastern Time (US). Talks will be host by Dr. Thing Shi, Dr. Marijke Proesmans, Dr. Keith Klugman and Dr. Louis Bont, chairman of the ReSViNET Foundation. Read more about the webinar. https://lnkd.in/g6XQ6vC
It was a great honor to meet with the First Lady of Ghana and the founder of the Rebecca Foundation and The Infanta Malaria Prevention Foundation (IMPF), H.E. Mrs. Rebecca Akufo-Addo, during our visit in Accra, Ghana. The ReSViNET Foundation and the Rebecca Foundation share the goal to engage and to educate all necessary stakeholders and societal actors in order to decrease the global burden of children mortality and morbidity. We look forward to a growing alliance between the two organizations as we plan for our next conference hashtag#RSVVW2019 in Accra, Ghana on 12-14 November 2019! Stay in touch by seeing our latest updates via our website (http://www.resvinet.org/).