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UNICEF • 2 years ago

Jeannette Twishima smiles, holding her 22-month-old daughter, Charlène Bisengimana, as she displays the child’s health card inside their home, in Nkoyoyo Colline in the north-eastern Muyinga Province of Burundi. They have just returned from the immunization outreach post at the market. The health card contains the record of the child’s vaccination against measles during the UNICEF-supported immunization campaign. © UNICEF/NYHQ2012-0482/Christine Nesbitt

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