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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.
"The GAVI model" has contributed to the immunisation of 370m additional children, averting over five-and-a-half million future deaths.
GAVI has the potential to prevent four million future deaths by immunising an additional 245 million children from 2011-2015.
One year on from 2011 Pledging Conference for Immunisation, GAVI Report Card lists progress and challenges
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.
Pneumonia and diarrhoea account for nearly one third-of child deaths in low-income countries.
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