How Africa Can Meet Its Daunting Production Challenge For Critical Disease Vaccines
Africa is taking steps to massively increase its vaccine production capacity and reduce its heavy dependence on other countries for supplies. Muthoni Wanyeki of the Open Society Foundations explained to the Pink Sheet how COVID-19 has highlighted the need for action and why it is important to keep up the momentum achieved so far.
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