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Increased demand for GAVI-funded vaccines helps bring prices down for developing countries.
Co-financing policy requires countries to contribute to the cost of vaccines they receive.
GAVI can prevent four million future deaths by immunising 243 million children from 2011-2015.
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GAVI's innovative approach is guided by internationally agreed standards, principles and goals that aim to harmonise the efforts of donors, developing countries and aid agencies.
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04 May 2013
Sojo Stories: Immunizing 250 Million Children By 2015
03 May 2013
'Manipulation' of vaccination fears
BBC News/Seth Berkley
25 April 2013
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
23 April 2013
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
© GAVI Alliance 2013
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