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On 14-15 June 2012, an impressive array of public and private constituencies gathered in Washington, DC to identify the smart investments that can be dedicated to achieving one ambitious goal – to end preventable child deaths. Watch the archived webstream from the event here on the right - coming soon.
The GAVI website provided coverage of the event as it unfolded. Browse this page for updates from the event.
Governments and Civil Society Organisation both sign pledges to work towards ending preventable child deaths by 2035, bringing the Child Survival Call to Action meeting to a successful conclusion.
Addressing a gathering of global leaders on child and maternal health, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton describes the child mortality gap between rich and poor countries as "shocking".
As 'centre of life' for many African communities, faith-based organisations are well-placed to teach benefits of life-saving health interventions like vaccines and bed nets.
High-level conference on child survival kicks-off with a goal of ending all preventable child deaths around the world in a generation.
Former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, a pioneer in vaccination US efforts, is speaking out to urge the public and political leaders to support the Child Survival Call to Action event, enabling every child around the world to have a fifth birthday.
Dan Thomas, Head of Media & Communication at the GAVI Alliance, writes about the upcoming Child Survival Call to Action event in Washington, critical to further vaccination successes as seen recently in Ghana.
One year on from Pledging Conference for Immunisation, GAVI lists its key results and challenges.
© GAVI Alliance 2013
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