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Female polio workers reaching every last child

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Zainab (left) meets with one of her vaccinator teams. This team has vaccinated 49 children today, and it is only 9.30 the morning.
5-year-old Waris is vaccinated in Loya Wala, Kandahar.
After receiving his polio vaccination, Waris gets a balloon. Loya Wala, Kandahar.
A girl looks on as her finger is marked after vaccination
Zainab (right) with one of her teams getting ready for a house visit.
The team marks the number of vaccinated children on a tally sheet and register book after each visit. At the end of the day, the team calculates how many children were reached.
The house wall also gets a mark after vaccinator team has visited.
At the end of the day, the teams go through their day and share any problems encountered in a meeting.

Zainab (left) meets with one of her vaccinator teams. This team has vaccinated 49 children today, and it is only 9.30 the morning.


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