vaccination

A group discussion with community leaders and representatives of migrant populations of Caritas Casablanca in the offices of IOM Morocco | Photo: IOM Morocco
Many migrant workers waited for plane tickets in front of a Saudia Arabian Airlines office in Bangladesh in 2020 | Photo: Sazzad Hossein/SOPA/Zumapress/picture-alliance
AFP - LOUISA GOULIAMAKI | Conditions of war are known breeding grounds for viruses and bacteria – an invisible enemy – with limited access to clean water propelling the spread of disease among crowded populations of desperate people.
A dose of Covid vaccine | Photo: Rafayat Haque Khan/Imago/Zuma
From file: A refugee child receives a vaccination shot in Germany | Photo: picture-alliance
Les mineurs non-accompagnés font face à de nombreux obstacles pour se faire vacciner. Crédit : Reuters
Keeping a low profile and hiding out remains the only solution for Afghans coming into Turkey by irregular means | Photo: Reuters/Murat Sezer
Foreign farm labourers in the fields in the province of Cosenza in Calabria | Photo: ANSA/ QUOTIDIANO DEL SUD
Imran Malakhail receives his first dose of the Covid-19 vaccine in the French Office for Immegration and Integration, January 5 2022 | Photo: InfoMigrants
Presentation of the campaign #coopforafrica in the Roman headquarters of UNHCR. From left, the president of the Community of Sant'Egidio, Marco Impagliazzo; the president of Coop Italia and Ancc-Coop, Associazione Nazionale Cooperative di Consumatori, Marco Pedroni; the representative of UNHCR for Italy, the Holy See and San Marino, Chiara Cardoletti and the medical chief of Doctors Without Borders, Stella Egidi. December 3, 2021 | Photo: ANSA/CLAUDIO PERI
A woman, holding her child, receives a shot of the vaccine against COVID-19 at a mobile NPHO unit at Kara Tepe camp on Lesvos island, Greece, 03 June 2021 | Photo: EPA/VANGELIS PAPANTONIS
Migrants at Rome's Stazione Tiburtina | Photo: ARCHIVE/ANSA/MASSIMO PERCOSSI