Back in 2011, our ambassador Ewan McGregor travelled with UNICEF health workers to some of the remotest communities in India, Nepal and the Congo to find out how we get vaccines to the world’s hardest-to-reach children. We call our supply chains “cold chains” because vaccines need to be kept refrigerated at all times. But in order to get there, they need to travel by air, boat and on foot first.
Check out the pictures below to follow Ewan on his “cold chain mission” to get vaccines to where they’re most needed:
UNICEF teams are working round the clock on cold chain missions like these to make sure that even the hardest-to-reach children receive life-saving vaccinations.
But we couldn’t do any of it without your support. Make a regular donation today so that we can continue to keep more children safe with vaccinations.
All photos: UNICEF/Modola