Wellbeing Foundation Africa President Discusses Efforts To End Polio In Nigeria

Council on Foreign Relations’ “Africa in Transition”: Ending Polio in Nigeria Once and for All
In this guest post, Toyin Saraki, founder and president of the Wellbeing Foundation Africa and an advocate for universal immunization in Nigeria, discusses the reemergence of polio in Nigeria last year and reflects on “the mistakes made and the challenges ahead in tackling this disease.” Saraki writes, “Eradication is finally within our grasp, and we would be remiss to let this opportunity slip through our hands” (10/26).

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