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  • Significant conferences and events related to the work of the GAVI Alliance, including the Partners' Forum

  • 18 May 2014

    Replenishment launch

    20 May 2014: European Commission, Brussels GAVI Alliance holds replenishment launch event to finance immunisation programmes until 2020

    29 October 2013

    Mid-Term Review

    Reporting on the mutual accountability meeting that takes stock of GAVI progress in immunisation and resource mobilisation since 2011

    27 May 2013

    Women Deliver

    Women Deliver 2013 will be one of the largest conferences ever on women’s health and empowerment. Over 5,000 participants from around the world gather from 28-30 May 2013 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, including government leaders, policymakers, healthcare professionals, NGOs, and corporate leaders.

    19 April 2013

    World Immunisation Week 2013

    Starting 20 April, the World Health Organization is uniting countries across the globe for 10 days of vaccination campaigns, public education and information sharing under the umbrella of World Immunization Week.

    03 February 2013

    World Cancer Day 2013

    On 4 February, the GAVI joined its partners to celebrate World Cancer Day and help dispel the myths about cancer, such as the idea that cancer is a non-communicable disease. As many as 1.9 million cancer cases a year are believed to be caused by infections.

    23 January 2013

    World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2013

    It’s no coincidence that GAVI was launched at the World Economic Forum in 2000. With its emphasis on innovation, partnership and the establishment of the Global Health Initiative, WEF is well-aligned with GAVI objectives.

    11 November 2012

    World Pneumonia Day 2012

    World Pneumonia Day aims to raise awareness about the leading cause of under five child deaths in developing countries, and what can be done to fight this deadly disease.

    19 September 2012

    Partners Forum 2012

    The GAVI Alliance 5th Partners’ Forum (5-7 December 2012) will provide the opportunity to work together more effectively to achieve the Millennium Development Goals and to consider the innovations that will change the way we advance global health and development.

    25 July 2012

    HepB Sierra Leone

    World Hepatitis Day

    GAVI’s focus on hepatitis B: With GAVI support, 296 million children in low-income countries were immunised against hepatitis B from 2000 to 2011.

    13 June 2012

    Child Survival Call to Action

    In Washington DC, the Governments of the United States, India and Ethiopia, in collaboration with UNICEF, convene the Child Survival: Call to Action, launching a partnership to end preventable child death.

    18 May 2012

    World Health Assembly

    The Sixty-fifth session of the World Health Assembly in Geneva, 21–26 May 2012. The Health Assembly will discuss a number of public health issues such as universal health coverage, Millennium Development Goals, noncommunicable diseases, mental disorders, nutrition and adolescent pregnancy.

    19 April 2012

    World Immunisation Week 2012

    Starting on 21 April 2012, GAVI partner WHO is uniting countries across the globe for a week of vaccination campaigns, public education and information sharing under the umbrella of World Immunization Week.

    05 March 2012

    International Women's Day

    For girls in the developing world, a healthy childhood and adolescence is a key to a bright future. International Women’s Day on 8th March is a day to highlight the power of vaccines to deliver on the promise for girls and women.

    24 January 2012

    World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2012

    It’s no coincidence that GAVI was launched at the World Economic Forum in 2000. With its emphasis on innovation, partnership and the establishment of the Global Health Initiative, WEF is well-aligned with GAVI objectives.

    12 November 2011

    World Pneumonia Day

    World Pneumonia Day aims to raise awareness about the leading cause of under five child deaths in developing countries, and what can be done to fight this deadly disease.

    15 September 2011

    UN Summit on Non-Communicable Diseases

    The UN Summit on Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs), hosted by the UN General Assembly from 19-20 September, put the world’s leading causes of death firmly on the international agenda.




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