• International Women's Day: 8th March

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  • A day to highlight the power of vaccines to deliver on GAVI's promise for girls and women

    American Cancer SocietyUnion for International Cancer ControlCervical Cancer ActionWomen Deliver

  • GAVI is committed to giving all children a good start in life by delivering life-saving vaccines to the poorest countries of the world.

    Our promise for girls is to deliver vaccines which can directly benefit their health: human papillomavirus vaccines against cervical cancer and rubella vaccines against congenital rubella syndrome.

    For girls in the developing world, a healthy childhood and adolescence is a key to a bright future. Everyday is International Women’s Day.

  • Professor Ian Frazer discusses his invention of the HPV vaccine against cervical cancer

  • International Women's Day news

  • Documents in the library

    18 March 2013

    GAVI Gender Policy Evaluation Management Action Plan

    MANAGEMENT ACTION PLAN – EVALUATION OF THE GAVI ALLIANCE GENDER POLICY Date: 28 February 2013 1 Theme Recommendation Management Action Timeline/Responsibility Rationale, Design and Planning 1 Revision to gender policy: update rationale, strategic directions and commitments GAVI should commence a Gender Policy revision

    22 November 2013

    GAVI Alliance Gender Policy

    The goal of the GAVI Alliance Gender Policy is to increase immunisation coverage by supporting countries to overcome gender-related barriers to accessing immunisation services and to promote equity of access and utilisation for all girls and boys, women and men to immunisation and related health services that respond to their different health needs.

    01 February 2013

    Factsheet: Gender and immunisation

    GAVI Alliance is committed to ensuring that both boys and girls benefit from life-saving vaccines. [German]

    • Author(s):
    • GAVI Alliance
    • Total pages:
    • 2



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