Today, 1.5 million children die from diseases that could have been prevented with vaccination. This means that every 20 seconds one child dies. The main reason for this disturbing number of deaths is caused by 20% of children in the world being unvaccinated. Many of these children live in extreme underprivileged areas and the knowledge around vaccination is poor. UNICEF is the world larges supplier of vaccination and constantly works to reach the children in the undeveloped areas. Vaccination such as Polio, Measles and tetanus can be lifesaving for these children. The biggest challenges reaching the ones in needs are the systems failing to keep the vaccination cooled, called “Cold Chains”. The cost per vaccination dose is minimal and the price for Polio is 50 cents. The total expense reaching one child with today’s system is 25 dollar. For around 12 thousands dollar we could give 500 children the protection they need to survive.