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Young boy getting an immunization.

Why LDS Charities Continues to Work with Immunizations

Woman and child wait to get immunization in Chad.

LDS Charities and UNICEF work to eliminate maternal and neonatal tetanus in Chad

Maternal and neonatal tetanus (MNT) kills approximately 49,000 newborns and a significant number of mothers each year. LDS Charities is partnering with the U.S. Fund for UNICEF to help stop the spread of maternal and neonatal tetanus in Chad, enabling over 1.4 million women to be vaccinated.
A refugee child colors in his temporary home.

How LDS Charities Helps Refugees

LDS Charities responds to many refugee relief efforts today, including both short-term and long-term projects.
A child is immunized during a national immunization campaign in the Philippines.

National Immunization Campaign Provides Vaccines for Millions of Children

LDS Charities, along with other partner organizations, came together to support the Department of Health in the Philippines decrease the instances of sickness and death from measles, rubella, and polio throughout the country.