U.N. Foundation Official Releases Statement Regarding Award For Frontline Polio Workers

A United Nations Foundation press release highlights a statement released Tuesday by Ambassador John Lange, a senior fellow for global health diplomacy at the foundation, regarding “the announcement that the United Nations Association of the USA will honor frontline polio workers at its Global Leadership Dinner in New York City.” “This award is one small but important recognition to showcase the essential role that frontline workers play in the fight against polio, and a call to action to step up efforts to eradicate polio from the globe,” Lange said in the statement, according to the press release (11/6).

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