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Landmark report assesses the GAVI Alliance's progress halfway through its five-year strategy.
"The GAVI model" has contributed to the immunisation of an additional 440 million children, averting approximately six million future deaths.
GAVI is increasing and strengthening immunisation coverage so children everywhere have a chance for a healthier future.
With GAVI Alliance support, developing countries are making important progress in introducing life-saving vaccines faster than ever before. In his annual message, Board Chair Dagfinn Høybråten explains why immunisation is a matter of justice.
From scientists & bankers to health officials & activists, GAVI partners share one goal: guarantee equal access to vaccines.
Why invest in GAVI? Impact. Compassion. Accountability. Right to health. Effectiveness. (I. C.A.R.E.)
The ground-breaking work of the GAVI Alliance and its partners in increasing access to immunisation is catching the public eye.
In the late nineties, the world's poorest children were receiving half the number of vaccines of their counterparts in developed countries.
Approximately six million future deaths averted from hepatitis B, Haemophilus influenzae type B, measles, pertussis, pneumococcal disease, polio, rotavirus diarrhoea and yellow fever since GAVI's launch in 2000.
16 October 2013
The growth of global immunisation
15 October 2013
Anti-vaccination activists should not be given a say in the media
14 October 2013
Anti-cancer vaccine for Laos
GAVI on Track to Immunize One-Quarter Billion Children by 2015
Voice of America
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New York Times
12 October 2013
7 The HPV vaccine: Preventing cervical cancer in the developing world
03 October 2013
AusAid cuts threaten immunisation programs
Nigeria to immunize 35 mln children against measles
02 October 2013
Laos HPV Vaccine Campaign Aims to Curb Cervical Cancer
Laos becomes first South East Asian nation to introduce pneumococcal vaccine
© GAVI Alliance 2013
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