Since July 2016 the Vaccine Knowledge Project has been a member of the World Health Organization's Vaccine Safety Net

The Vaccine Knowledge Project is now a member of the World Health Organization's Vaccine Safety Net. This means that this website has been judged to meet the World Health Organization's criteria for providing good quality information about vaccines and vaccine safety issues and is a huge achievement.

To find out more about the Vaccine Knowledge Project, visit the website here.

You can also download the Vaccine Knowledge App to help you schedule vaccination for your children and have all the information you need to make informed decisions at your fingertips here.

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