Huma Khawar

Vaccination drive

Vaccination drive

A nationwide vaccination drive aims to reach 90m children. Published 11 Nov, 2021 06:10am
Protecting children

Protecting children

The high prevalence of child sexual abuse cannot be ignored. Published 06 May, 2021 07:28am
Glimmer of hope?

Glimmer of hope?

Immunisation programmes must include more women... Published 11 Nov, 2020 07:01am
Children of Sindh

Children of Sindh

Polio is a gateway disease to many other diseases. Published 18 Aug, 2020 07:23am
Missed children

Missed children

Domestic funding for immunisation programmes is critical. Updated 17 Jul, 2020 04:48pm
Vaccinators’ test

Vaccinators’ test

Only 3pc of vaccinators in the EPI setup are women. Published 12 Mar, 2020 07:02am
Love for the shot

Love for the shot

Safe injection practices are an alien concept in Pakistan. Published 17 Feb, 2020 06:57am
A virulent strain

A virulent strain

In the last three years, 10,195 typhoid cases have been reported in Sindh. Published 03 Nov, 2019 06:31am
Vaccines work

Vaccines work

There are a series of interlinked reasons for the disparity in coverage. Published 28 Apr, 2019 07:15am
Eliminating measles

Eliminating measles

Raising awareness must be a convincing exercise. Published 26 Oct, 2018 07:01am
Access to vaccines

Access to vaccines

Balochistan’s children need universal immunisation coverage. Published 29 Apr, 2018 07:15am
HEALTH: THE CASE FOR IMMUNISATION

HEALTH: THE CASE FOR IMMUNISATION

A focus on polio eradication may have adversely affected routine immunisation against other childhood diseases. Published 11 Jun, 2017 07:03am
Immunisation: Agents of change

Immunisation: Agents of change

Gone are the days when women MPs complained of “not being taken seriously” by their male colleagues. Today, women Published 24 Jan, 2016 07:10am
HIV/Aids: An unfinished agenda

HIV/Aids: An unfinished agenda

The stigma that surrounded HIV and Aids since the beginning of the epidemic is still the same in our part of the world. Updated 10 Dec, 2014 05:01pm