Increasing pneumococcal vaccine support in developing countries

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21 GAVI-eligible countries have now introduced pneumococcal vaccines
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In December 2010, Nicaragua became the first GAVI-eligible country to introduce pneumococcal vaccine into its routine immunisation programme, less than a year after it was introduced in rich countries. Since then, 21 countries have introduced this life-saving tool. By 2015, GAVI and its partners aim to immunise 90 million children with pneumococcal vaccines in more than 50 countries.

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US$ 8.4 billion

By 31 August 2013, GAVI had committed US$ 8.4 billion in programme support until 2016 to the world’s poorest countries.

GAVI Alliance, 30 April 2013

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