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14 May 2013
Kenya first country to protect girls against cervical cancer with GAVI support
Kenya becomes the first country to protect girls against cervical cancer with GAVI-supported human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines.
08 May 2013
Millions of girls in developing countries to be protected against cervical cancer thanks to new HPV vaccine deals
Historic agreements show power of innovative public-private partnership
27 April 2013
Thousands of Haitian children to be protected against leading cause of severe diarrhoea
Haiti marks World Immunization Week with a ceremonial introduction of rotavirus vaccine into the country’s routine immunisation programme, with the support of the GAVI Alliance.
19 May 2013
Guide to immunisation topics on 2013 World Health Assembly agenda
Thousands of health experts, Member State delegations and international organisations will gather in Geneva from 20-28 May for the WHO’s 66th World Health Assembly. In this preview, we highlight topics on the agenda that will help shape the future of global immunisation.
29 April 2013
Amid the rubble, clinic in Haiti protects 20,000 with vaccines
‘They are all my children,’ says one of four pioneers, all of whom remain devoted to clinic in Carrefour after 20 years
25 April 2013
Vaccines to avert more than 23 million deaths by 2020
A new GAVI study published in Vaccine predicts positive long-term impact of vaccines on mortality.
Rotavirus leading cause of diarrhoea
The largest and most comprehensive study of childhood diarrhoea has confirmed rotavirus as the single biggest cause of diarrhoea-related death and illness in developing countries. This latest evidence suggests that a large number of children are dying from this vaccine-preventable pathogen, and supports the decision by the GAVI Alliance to prioritise rotavirus vaccines.
23 April 2013
GAVI responds to MSF campaign
In response to statements issued by Medecins Sans Frontieres, the GAVI Alliance has issued the following statement.
12 April 2013
Immunisation one key intervention to end two million preventable child deaths each year
Pneumonia and diarrhoea together account for nearly one-third of all under-five child deaths in developing countries. Evidence shows that children are dying from these preventable diseases because effective interventions are not reaching them or not provided equitably across all communities.
01 December 2011
Maternal and neonatal tetanus eliminated
Uganda shows that tetanus eradication is possible through well supported and coordinated campaigns.
Small island states punch above their weight
Papua New Guinea, Kiribati and the Solomon Islands lead the way in co-financing their vaccine programmes.
01 November 2011
Graduating Georgia sees immunisation growing
Georgia remains committed to sustaining the impressive expansion of its immunisation coverage.
04 May 2013
Sojo Stories: Immunizing 250 Million Children By 2015
03 May 2013
'Manipulation' of vaccination fears
BBC News/Seth Berkley
India anti-polio campaign a model for other countries to follow
Haiti rebuilds with a foundation of vaccines
24 April 2013
The power of vaccines(2)
Philanthropy Age/Seth Berkley
Every child deserves a healthy start in life
Al Arabiya/Seth Berkley
New vaccine introductions mark World Immunization Week
22 April 2013
New vaccine protects Haitian children from five diseases
Mozambique rolls out new pneumococcal vaccines
18 April 2013
Indian Firm Cuts Price of Major Vaccine
Voice of America
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