Drones are helping Ghana’s mothers fight yellow fever

Zipline's drones can deliver life saving supplies to remote, hard to access areas. Image: Gavi/2019/Tony Noel

Kwasi Gyamfi Asiedu

Contributor, Quartz


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A child at New Tafo Hospital being given a yellow fever vaccine shot after a drone delivery Image: ZIPLINE
A map of Ghana showing Zipline’s four operation centers Image: ZIPLINE

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