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13 March 2014

Lions club and GAVI Capitol Hill 2

Lions Clubs, GAVI Alliance celebrate partnership at Capitol Hill reception

Announces US$ 7.5 million initial donation to Alliance to support childhood vaccination.

28 February 2014

Poliomyelitis vaccination and immunization, Ethiopia

GAVI Alliance complements global polio eradication effort

Countries eligible for GAVI Alliance support invited to apply for funding for inactivated polio vaccine until 2015.

07 November 2013

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Millions of Ethiopian children to be protected each year against leading cause of severe diarrhoea

Ethiopia becomes the 17th country to introduce rotavirus vaccine with GAVI Alliance support.

09 October 2013

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GAVI welcomes Canada's support for measles vaccines

GAVI welcomes Canada’s US$ 20 million pledge to accelerate access to measles vaccines.

07 August 2013

Sabin Institute

At Dakar conference, countries showcase increased efforts to fund their own immunisation programs

Sabin Vaccine Institute convenes government officials to discuss progress on sustainable immunization financing programs (News release: Sabin Vaccine Institute).

07 August 2013

Deputy CEO Helen Evans with Dr Tebebe Yemane-Berhan

Lions Clubs and GAVI Alliance bond in Geneva

Representatives of the Lions Clubs International visited the GAVI Secretariat to kickstart partnership against measles and rubella agreed in July

28 November 2012

2012.11.08. Zanzibar 2 Jambiani South District - vaccine outreach (4) copyF

05 October 2012

Tanzania rotavirus rollout Sister Moshi

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Useful information for anyone attending the Partners' Forum in Tanzania: Climate, Passports & Visas, Health, Safety, General behaviour in public, Currency, Tipping, Electricity, Shopping

04 October 2012

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GAVI partners help protect 50 million young people from seasonal meningitis in Africa

Efforts to eliminate meningitis in 26 at-risk countries will take a major step forward over the next three months as 50 million people receive crucial vaccinations in seven African countries.

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