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Some five million children in Zimbabwe will receive urgently needed protection from a growing spread of measles thanks to $5.6 million from the United Nations Central Emergency Response Fund.
Despite an initial vaccination of more than 148,000 children in 23 districts since the beginning of the outbreak in September, the disease has been on the rise with more than 6,200 cumulative cases, including 384 deaths, reported in 57 of the 62 districts across the impoverished southern African country.