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22 November 2013
GAVI Alliance to support introduction of inactivated polio vaccine in world’s 73 poorest countries
Alliance Board selects additional vaccines to include in its portfolio.
19 November 2013
GAVI Board to consider new vaccine support at Phnom Penh meeting
First major GAVI meeting in South Asia since 2009.
07 August 2013
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)
29 May 2013
Vaccines against cervical cancer and rubella to benefit health of women and girls
Two new vaccines that help protect against cervical cancer, measles and rubella spearhead the GAVI Alliance’s commitment to improving the health of girls and women.
07 March 2013
Stronger protection for women and girls' health starts today
International Women's Day 2013 marks the beginning of a dramatic shift in the health of women and girls. Starting this year, GAVI is supporting the poorest countries of the world to roll out two vaccines that will directly benefit women and girls: human papillomavirus (HPV) against cervical cancer and rubella against 'German measles'.
13 April 2012
GAVI Board achieves goal on gender
With women representing 40 percent of the GAVI Board, GAVI sets the standard on gender policy in international organisations.
17 November 2011
Bangladeshi schoolgirl stars in GAVI film on immunisation success story
11-year-old Saleha Akhter becomes film narrator for a day to explain unprecedented vaccination rate
GAVI takes first steps to introduce vaccines against cervical cancer and rubella
Board decisions will benefit the health of women and children in developing countries. [German] [Spanish] [French]
16 November 2011
The toll of cervical cancer
Approximately 275,000 women die every year from cervical cancer with 88% occurring in developing countries, but HPV vaccines offer protection against 70% of all cervical cancer cases.
25 May 2011
Former CEO of MTV networks Bill Roedy takes up fight against childhood disease
The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunisation (GAVI) is proud to announce that Bill Roedy, the architect behind the internationally known MTV Networks, has joined the GAVI family to advocate for immunisation.
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