GAVI Board meeting, 12-13 June 2012

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The GAVI Alliance Board met in Washington DC, USA, on 12-13 June 2012.

GAVI Board, Washington DC, June 2012

GAVI Board members in Washington DC. Source: GAVI/2012.

Meeting in Washington, DC and seeking to address the devastating resurgence of measles, the Board approved up to an additional US$ 162 million to control and prevent outbreaks in developing countries.

This decision topped a year of progress outlined in a report card reviewing developments since GAVI's first pledging conference on 13 June 2011, at which donors pledged funding to immunise an additional 250 million children by 2015 to save four million lives.

Final minutes

Final minutes of the GAVI Alliance Board at the Board meeting in Washington DC, USA, 12-13 June 2012.

00a - Document list

00b - Agenda

Documents

01a - Declarations of interest

01b - Minutes from 16-17 November 2011

01c - Minutes from 12 April 2012

01d - Action sheet

Documents

01e - Board Workplan - as of 29 May 2012

01f - Board and Committee member appointments

Presentations

01g - Ethics and Conflict of Interest Policies

01h - Evaluation policy

02 - CEO report

Documents

Presentations

03 - Committee Chair reports (no paper)

03d - AFC Chair report

Presentations

04 - Financial Forecast

Presentations

05 - Report of internal auditor

06 - Amendment to Programme Funding Policy

07 - Business planning process and risk management update

Presentations

08 - Amendments to Statutes and By-Laws

09 - Chair's reflections on the day (no paper)

10 - Chair's overview (no paper)

11 - Committee Chair reports (no paper)

12 - Options for enhancing GAVI's investment in measles prevention

13 - Vaccine introduction grants and operational support for campaigns

14 - Continued funding for special studies

15 - Programme Update - Accelerated Vaccine Introduction

Presentations

16 - Country presentation - India

17 - GAVI support to Civil Society Organisations

18 - Long-term funding strategy

19 - IFFIm report (no paper)

Presentations

20 - IFFIm GFA Restructuring

21 - GAVI Board decisions

A - India strategy update

B - Programme update - country programmes

Annex - Board Committee minutes

1 in 5

1 in 5 of all children who die before the age of five lose their lives to vaccine-preventable diseases.

WHO Department of Immunisation, Vaccines and Biologicals’ estimates and projections, as of October 2012

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