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27 July 2012

Zimbabwe-PCV 13 ROLL OUT 072

Pneumococcal vaccine launched in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe 18th GAVI-eligible country to roll out pneumococcal vaccines in the developing world since 2010

12 July 2012

DPR Korea introduces pentavalent vaccine

DPR Korea introduces pentavalent vaccine

 Democratic People’s Republic of Korea will continue to co-finance GAVI vaccines.

05 July 2012

Overview of tunis

Seth Berkley outlines innovations in health financing

GAVI CEO emphasises importance of long-term sustainable funding for vaccines at high-level Ministerial conference.

15 June 2012

Child Survival-Seth Berkley

Governments and CSOs pledge to end preventable child deaths

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.

14 June 2012

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Child Survival Call to Action, conference goal

High-level conference on child survival kicks-off with a goal of ending all preventable child deaths around the world in a generation.

14 June 2012

Hillary Clinton-Child Survival Call to Action

Hillary Clinton, birthplace should not affect survival of a child

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".

14 June 2012

Child Survival Call to Action - Faith Based Organisations

Faith-based organisations, saving lives is our issue

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.

13 June 2012

GAVI report card year one

‘Report Card’ shows GAVI delivering on the promise

One year on from Pledging Conference for Immunisation, GAVI lists its key results and challenges.

12 June 2012

Fred Riley of LDS Charities presents a US$ 1.5 million cheque to GAVI Board Chair Dagfinn Høybråten

GAVI commends LDS Church for US$ 1.5 million gift

Donation to be doubled under GAVI Matching Fund as immunisation becomes major Church initiative.

08 June 2012

UNICEF report

Tackling deadliest diseases for world’s poorest children can yield huge gains – UNICEF

A new report from UNICEF focuses on the huge potential to narrow the child survival gap between the richest and the poorest by focusing on pneumonia and diarrhoea – the two primary killers of children under the age of five.

08 June 2012

Baby Christabel Emmanuel receives pentavalent vaccine © Joseph Oteri/2012

Nigeria launches pentavalent vaccine

Nigerian vaccine introductions set to save as many as 30,000 child lives every year following this year’s launch of the pentavalent vaccine and next year’s launch of the pneumococcal vaccine.

25 May 2012

Helen Evans, WHA 2012 thumb

194 countries endorse landmark Global Vaccine Action Plan

New strategy is expected to accelerate the achievement of UN MDG4, a two thirds reduction in child mortality between 1990 and 2015.

23 May 2012

Dr Seth Berkley and Dr Anthony Fauci, NIAID May 2012

Seth Berkley highlights 19 million children missing out on vaccines

GAVI CEO's speech to National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases focuses on need for equity in vaccine coverage.

23 May 2012

G8 graphic

G8 report praises GAVI and catalytic use of innovative financing

Accountability report singles out GAVI for its 'unified focus', IFFIm as a 'catalytic success story' and and the AMC as a 'game-changer'.

23 May 2012

Dr Seth Berkley, GAVI CEO, WHA 2012

GAVI CEO – We will focus on countries with low coverage

Tailored approach required to ensure routine immunisation reaches 19.3 million children who miss out every year.

22 May 2012

Dr Coll Seck, Senegal Health Minister

Senegal Health Minister highlights key role of immunisation

Vaccines play key role in Senegal's dramatic reduction in child mortality.

22 May 2012

Dr Anthony Fauci, Director NIAID

Fauci: forging closer ties with GAVI

Director of the US National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases talks about the relationship between the National Institute of Health and GAVI.

21 May 2012

Margaret Chan WHA 2012

Chinese vaccine production to revolutionise the market

Dr Margaret Chan highlights China's potential for increased vaccine production at lower prices following WHO approval of national vaccine regulator.

21 May 2012

Dr Christopher Elias, President of the BMGF’s Global Development Program

Immunisation eyes future with innovation

Dr.Chris Elias, President of the BMGF’s Global Development Program, discusses the role of innovation in delivering vaccines to the hard-to-reach.

16 May 2012

World Health Assembly

World Health Assembly to welcome as many as 3,000 participants

Ministers, experts, and other delegates to discuss Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP), GAVI progress, non-communicable diseases, Millennium Development Goals, and other issues.

10 May 2012

Nilgun Myanmar 2

Diary of a vaccine monitor

As a programme officer with the GAVI Alliance, Nilgun Aydogan is responsible not only for helping south Asian countries apply for funding to introduce life-saving vaccines but also for monitoring the effectiveness of their immunisation programmes.

04 May 2012

The Ghanaian Vaccine Panel

Praise from Washington for Ghana vaccine rollout

Ghanaian Immunization Panel on Thursday night addressed Ghana’s successful rollout of two vaccines simultaneously last week.

02 May 2012

Sanjana Shrestha/Save the Children

The Global Action Report on Preterm Birth

New global report: 15 million babies born too soon, over 1 million die each year.

30 April 2012

Ghana field visit

LDS Church rallies support for historic vaccine rollouts in Ghana

Volunteers from The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints rallied support for the introduction of pneumococcal and rotavirus vaccines at the same time.

24 April 2012

Myanmar measles vaccinations

Global partners launch new plan to control and eliminate measles and rubella

Partners leading efforts to control measles announce a new global strategy aimed at reducing measles deaths and congenital rubella syndrome to zero (Joint American Red Cross/CDC/UN Foundation/UNICEF/ WHO press release).

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