World leaders have 4 hours to save 4 million children’s lives. On June 13 the UK is hosting a half day global vaccination summit in London where world leaders and decision makers will decide how to get vaccines to the world’s poorest children.
(Quote take directly from the Save the Children Website)
People from the UK, USA and other modern countries will know and will have experienced the joys and comfort of modern medicine, treatments and the vaccines children are given to give them the best start in life. As we all know, this is sadly not the case for children in some parts of the world. The conference on the 13th June aims to discuss how to improve this situation and hopefully, come to a successful action plan for those that need it.
Some of you will know my niece recently contracted Pneumonia, and whilst I’m not going to cover any part of that here, I will say that something like that really REALLY scares the hell out of you and makes you not only appreciate the very fast treatment we have access to, but also the care of Doctors, consultants and aftercare we get.
This is not something others can take for granted. According to the Save The Children Website, the reality is that 1 in 5 children receives no vaccine at all.