Roma health advocates in Slovakia exemplify charisma and dedication. Their role extends far beyond that of mere health assistants; it involves an unwavering commitment to the well-being of their clients, 24/7.
Populations that come from lower socio-economic backgrounds or migrant communities, or belong to cultural or religious minorities usually achieve substantially lower vaccine uptake compared to the general population
Vaccination is one of the most essential tools available to ensure population health and wellbeing. However, vaccination programmes face enduring challenges, namely inequalities in vaccine access and vaccine hesitancy.