Empowering Children’s Health through Vaccination

Vaccines help your immune system fight infections more efficiently by sparking your immune response to specific diseases. Then, if the virus or bacteria ever invades your body in the future, your immune system will already know how to fight it.

What are Vaccine?

Vaccines are products that are usually given in childhood to protect against serious, often deadly diseases. By stimulating your body’s natural defense, they prepare your body to fight against Virus.

How Does Vaccine Work?

 Vaccines boost your immunity to fight against infection, bacteria by sparking your immune response to specific diseases. Then, If the virus or bacteria ever invades your body in the future, your immune system already knows how to fight.

IS Vaccine Safe?

Vaccines are very safe. Your children are far more likely to be hurt by vaccine preventable diseases than by vaccine. All vaccines go through rigorous safety testing, Including clinical trials, before they are proved for the public. Countries will only register and distribute vaccines that meet rigorous quality and safety standards.

Why Should I Vaccinate My Child?

Vaccines save life. Vaccines alone are estimated to have prevented over 21 million death between 2000 and 2017.

Vaccines will help to protect your child against that can cause serious harm or death, Especially in people with developing immune systems like faints.

IT’S important to vaccinate your child.

Can I Delay The Vaccination Schedule?

One of the best ways you can protect your child is to follow the recommended vaccine schedule in your country. Any time you delay a vaccine, you’re increasing your child’s vulnerability to diseases.

Can The Baby Handle All The Vaccine?

Yes. Many parents worry that multiple vaccines will overload their child’s immune system. But children are exposed to hundreds of germs every day. In Fact, a common cold or sore throat will put a greater burden on your child’s immune system than vaccines 

What is Baby Immunization Schedule?

 Birth             BCG, Hep B1, OPV

 6 week         DTwP/ DTaP1,Hib-1,IPV-1, HEP B2, PCV1, Rota-1

10 week        DTwP/ DTaP2, Hib-2, IPV-1,HEP B3, PCV 2, Rota 2

14 week        DTwP/ DTaP3, Hib-3, IPV-3, HEP B4, PCV 3, Rota-3

6 Month        INFLUENZA-1

7 Month         INFLUENZA-2

6-9 Month     Typhoid Conjugate Vaccine

9 Month         MMR 1 (Mumps,Measles, Rubella)

12 Month       Hepatitis A -1

12-15 Month  PCV Booster

15 Months      MMR 2, Varicella

16-18 Month   DTwP/ DTaP, Hib, IPV

18-19 Month   Hepatitis A-2, Varicella 2

4-6 Years        DTwP/ DTaP, IPV, MMR 3

9-15 Years      GIRLS  HPV 2 Doses

10-12 Years     TDaP/ TD


Vaccination protects children against many infectious diseases. Vaccines contain either non infectious components of bacteria or viruses or whole forms of these organisms that have been weakened so that they do not cause

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