Funded project

Help for childhood vaccination in developing countries


The social crisis caused by COVID-19 has caused massive vaccination campaigns among the most vulnerable population, children, to stop in developing countries, which will increase the 14 million children who were not vaccinated in 2019. With Your help, through the CENTIMOS SOLIDARIOS program, UNICEF, MEDICOS SIN FRONTERAS and UNHCR will be able to vaccinate thousands of children to immunize them against measles, polio and cholera, the main causes of mortality in different developing countries such as the Democratic Republic and the fields eastern Chad.

Funded thanks to:
  • Donors
  • Total raised
    • Eroski clients 144.729€
  • Direct beneficiaries 108.070

    Those people who have naturally benefited from the project's interventions.

  • Indirect beneficiaries 259.162

    Those identifiable people who will potentially recieve an effect from the project's activities.



  • Materials 143.644€
  • Total 143.644€


Immunization is one of the most cost-effective medical interventions in public health and, according to the World Health Organization (WHO), prevents between two and three million deaths each year, especially children. But in many countries without resources or affected by instability or violence, immunization plans are in crisis and too often vaccines do not reach the people who need them most. In addition, due to COVID-19, many developing countries have stopped their massive vaccination campaigns because of lockdowns or for fear that the concentration of people could spread the virus more quickly. This is causing hundreds of thousands of children to have not received the necessary doses to be protected. That is why organizations such as UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders and UNHCR work to immunize children with vaccines in different developing countries such as the Democratic Republic and the fields of eastern Chad.

That is why at EROSKI we want to collaborate with UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders and UNHCR so that all together can reach the largest possible number of children, as soon as possible, and that they are immunized in time from these disabling or deadly diseases such as, for example, measles, polio, cholera.


UNICEF is an agency of the United Nations Organization that provides humanitarian aid and development to children and mothers in developing countries:

  • It is a supplier of vaccines for developing countries
  • Works to improve the health and nutrition of children; quality water supply and sanitation; quality basic education for all children and protection against violence, exploitation and HIV / AIDS.

MEDICOS SIN FRONTERAS is an international medical and humanitarian organization that provides assistance to victims of natural or human disasters and armed conflicts. The activities they carry out are:

  • Medical attention
  • Organize mass vaccination campaigns in places where a measles epidemic has been declared.
  • Send all the essential material to vaccinate the target target, guaranteeing the cold chain at all times.
  • Hire all the necessary personnel to carry out the vaccination campaign.
  • Take advantage of the vaccination campaign to monitor child malnutrition.
  • Distribution of essential items essential for health and survival.

UNHCR is the United Nations Agency that protects and helps refugees and displaced people around the world, its mission being to guarantee their protection and to seek sustainable solutions for them, work that it carries out through three main areas of intervention:

  • Provide assistance during humanitarian emergencies
  • Ensuring the survival of refugees and internally displaced persons
  • Provide the necessary resources to rebuild their future

Who will benefit?

Children in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Syria, Uganda, Kosovo and the fields of eastern Chad will be vaccinated through UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders and UNHCR.

Project objectives

Collaborate to help vaccinate children in developing countries through UNICEF, Doctors Without Borders and UNHCR. With the donations received, these three organizations will be able to vaccinate thousands of children in developing countries to immunize them from disabling or deadly diseases.

Updates & Links

Médicos Sin Fronteras (web)

Unicef (web)

Acnur (web)

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