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October 2020 Progress Update

Dear Colleagues, This past month, we are excited to kick off a new champion series – over the coming months, we will be highlighting key voices in rotavirus vaccine advocacy from around the world. In this edition, we are featuring Dr. Lulu Bravo of the Philippines, a...

July 2020 Progress Update

Dear Colleagues, This past month, we have seen great progress in the fight against rotavirus –– new country introductions, research supporting the efficacy of rotavirus vaccination, and improved resources to assist us in data visualization of geographical trends....

ROTA Champion Interview Series

The ROTA Champion Interview Series is an initiative to share the successes, challenges. and lessons of critical players in the fight against rotavirus. “Champions” from various countries will be featured to provide meaningful insight into how their country has dealt with rotavirus, hoping that their experiences can help others who are working to accelerate equitable, sustainable access to rotavirus vaccination. 

May 2020 Progress Update

Dear Colleagues, During World Immunization Week, we celebrated the power of vaccination and progress made in introducing rotavirus vaccines in the places they are most needed. The importance and benefits of immunization have never been more evident. And now, research...

World Immunization Week 2020 Social Media Toolkit

This is a toolkit created by the Rotavirus Organization of Technical Allies (ROTA), which promotes the use of rotavirus vaccines as part of a comprehensive approach to addressing childhood diarrheal disease. For more information,...

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The ROTA Council was created in collaboration with an advisory group of 24 child health leaders from around the world. We promote the use of rotavirus vaccines as part of a comprehensive approach to addressing diarrheal disease.

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