Phase II (2007-10)

in page functions

Period of significant innovation and changes

With a growing range of new vaccines coming on to the market and evidence that some countries simply could not sustain the significant increases in funding required to maintain immunisation programmes, GAVI's first-ever strategy incorporated a detailed review of how best to deploy its growing resources:

Strategic goals

Four strategic goals underpinned Phase II:

  • strategic goal 1: contribute to the strengthening the capacity of the health system to deliver immunisation and other health services in a sustainable manner;
  • strategic goal 2: accelerate the uptake and use of underused and new vaccines and associated technologies and improve vaccine supply security;
  • strategic goal 3: increase the predictability and sustainability of long-term financing for national immunisation programmes;
  • strategic goal 4: increase and assess the added value of GAVI as a public-private global health partnership through improved efficiency, increased advocacy and continued innovation.

GAVI's impact on immunisation

By uniting the key stakeholders in global immunisation behind a single goal, GAVI has prevented over five million future deaths and pushed global immunisation coverage to its highest-ever level.

Read more

Results from routine immunisation and one-off tactical investments, by vaccine

Workplan, activities, outputs

With a total budget of US$ 297 million available for the strategy's four-year life cycle, any given year in the GAVI strategy contained up to 100 activities. To help measure progress, these activities are reported against 17 outputs.

The 2010 Work Plan Report highlights the 2010 progress under each output of the 2007-2010 work plan. It is based on the reporting provided by WHO, UNICEF, World Bank, AVI TAC and the GAVI Secretariat. The paper includes an annex table summarising the progress per output against the 2010 work plan targets.

More on this topic

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

More facts...

close icon

modal window here