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In this section, discover more about GAVI’s resource mobilisation efforts, view the latest donor figures and find out how you can contribute to GAVI.
The GAVI Alliance Mid-Term Review (MTR) meeting in Stockholm, Sweden, will assess the Alliance’s progress in delivering on the goals set at the 2011 Pledging Conference.
Donor profiles show who's given what to GAVI
The Advance Market Commitment uses US$1.5 billion in donor commitments to incentivise vaccine production, ensuring sufficient supplies are produced for developing countries at a fraction of the cost to industrialised countries.
The International Finance Facility for Immunisation uses long- term donor pledges to issue vaccine bonds in the capital markets to raise money for GAVI programmes.
Under the GAVI Matching Fund, the British Government and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation have pledged to match contributions from corporations, foundations, their customers, employees and business partners.
Multi-year pledges and commitments are crucial to sustaining GAVI's ongoing programmes and its ability to fund new vaccines.
Corporations, private individuals & foundations play a vital role in meeting GAVI needs, accounting for 24% of 2000 to 2010 funding.
To make an online donation, visit the GAVI Campaign website.
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Over the course of a decade, the weighted average price of pentavalent vaccine dropped by 39% from US$ 3.56 in 2003 to US$ 2.17 per dose in 2012, with a lowest ever price of US$ 1.19 per dose from one supplier in 2013.
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