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I Love/Hate This Global Vaccination Graph - Rosling's Factpod #1

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    This graph, I both love and hate.
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    It shows the % of children in the world
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    that have got vaccinated against measles.
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    Measles is a deadly disease for children.
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    When I worked as a doctor
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    (I was a young doctor
    in 1980 in East Africa)
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    there were so many children
    dying of measles,
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    we couldn't save them.
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    Then vaccination came,
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    and in only 10 years here,
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    70% of the children in the world
    were vaccinated.
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    But look:
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    From 1990 to 2005,
    15 years of stagnation!
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    Now, in the last 10 years,
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    it's climbing, climbing.
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    What I love
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    is that 84%
    of the children of the world
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    are vaccinated today.
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    But what I hate
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    is that there is still
    this group remaining.
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    They live in extreme poverty
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    that can be ended in the next 30 years.
Title:
I Love/Hate This Global Vaccination Graph - Rosling's Factpod #1
Description:

I love that 84% of one year old children are vaccinated against measles! I hate that all wasn't reached!

Data source: http://www.who.int/gho

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Video Language:
English
Duration:
01:05

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