A Somali baby is given a polio vaccination before being given a pentavalent vaccine injection at a medical clinic in Mogadishu on April 24, 2013. Somali children under one year of age will now receive the pentavalent vaccine, a combination of five vaccines in one against diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis (whooping cough), hepatitis B and Haemophilus influenzae type B (Hib) - the bacteria that cause meningitis, pneumonia. The initiative was launched by the GAVI Alliance, UNICEF and WHO. Somalia has one of the lowest immunisation rates in the world. The launch coincides with World Immunization Week. AFP PHOTO/Carl de Souza (Photo credit should read CARL DE SOUZA/AFP/Getty Images)

It is to be reported that Africa continent is suffering from polio for the last 12 months.

It is hugely encouraging real progress, DR. Hamid Jafars the head of WHO eradicates polio initiative.

There will be no case in Africa since 11 August 2014 and analyzed it by spending eight weeks.

The three years report said that it must lapse without new infection and had no time to celebrate yet for the region.

Danger of Complacency

This is one of the global issues to eradicate the debilitating disease started in 1988. It is to be estimated about 350000 cases of polio which were reported in125 countries.

It is learned after the eradication of smallpox and after the government prepared the efforts such as WHO &UN children fund to see the cases dropped by99%.

Dr, Jafar said that it is the biggest danger so that we cannot afford this issue to local leaders.

They mainly focus on continuing to vaccinate children no matter where they live and to strengthen surveillance everywhere.

Four hundred sixteen people were infected in 2013. Nigeria completed one year without any case on July 24, 2015.

Security Risk

Nigeria is dropped from the list of polio-endemic countries after their data verified leaving Afghanistan and Pakistan.

Nigeria was just affected by Islamic militant group Boko haram –ment vaccinates team to improve the ways of reaching children.

Somalia’s success

Their also the same challenge been encountered where al-Shabab militant group controls rural areas.

It was reported in the northern Puntland region of Somalia, the last known case of polio after 18 months.

It is further complicated. It is this country which gets rid of these diseases for six years before an outbreak run campaign that saw new cases dropped from 194 in 2013.

Catholic boycott

The Catholic church of Kenya opposed vaccination by saying the vaccine to be tested by an independent body for their safety.