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Two new vaccines give Ghana hope for healthy growth

A child is vaccinated against polio as part of a vaccination programme at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

A child is vaccinated against polio as part of a vaccination programme at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

A child is vaccinated against polio as part of a vaccination programme at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout
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A nurse holds a vial of rotavirus vaccine at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

A nurse holds a vial of rotavirus vaccine at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

A nurse holds a vial of rotavirus vaccine at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout
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Women listen to a nurse talk about vaccination and nutrition as they sit with their children at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

Women listen to a nurse talk about vaccination and nutrition as they sit with their children at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

Women listen to a nurse talk about vaccination and nutrition as they sit with their children at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout
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A woman carries her daughter on her back as she waits to have her weighed and vaccinated at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

A woman carries her daughter on her back as she waits to have her weighed and vaccinated at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

A woman carries her daughter on her back as she waits to have her weighed and vaccinated at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout
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A mother holds her child as she is weighed by a health worker (L) at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

A mother holds her child as she is weighed by a health worker (L) at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

A mother holds her child as she is weighed by a health worker (L) at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout
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A woman waits for her daughter to be vaccinated while a nurse checks her health record at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

A woman waits for her daughter to be vaccinated while a nurse checks her health record at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

A woman waits for her daughter to be vaccinated while a nurse checks her health record at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout
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Healthcare workers register children before they are weighed and vaccinated at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

Healthcare workers register children before they are weighed and vaccinated at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

Healthcare workers register children before they are weighed and vaccinated at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout
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A boy is vaccinated against measles as part of a vaccination programme at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

A boy is vaccinated against measles as part of a vaccination programme at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

A boy is vaccinated against measles as part of a vaccination programme at the Dodowa new town health outreach point in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout
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Emma Agbeshie, 25, whose second son died in 2010 of pneumonia, poses for a photo near her home in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

Emma Agbeshie, 25, whose second son died in 2010 of pneumonia, poses for a photo near her home in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

Emma Agbeshie, 25, whose second son died in 2010 of pneumonia, poses for a photo near her home in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout
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Emma Agbeshie, 25, whose second son died in 2010 of pneumonia, poses for a photo near her home in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

Emma Agbeshie, 25, whose second son died in 2010 of pneumonia, poses for a photo near her home in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout

Emma Agbeshie, 25, whose second son died in 2010 of pneumonia, poses for a photo near her home in Dodowa, April 25, 2012. REUTERS/GAVI/Olivier Asselin/Handout
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