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10 December 2010
Bolivia's successful rotavirus vaccine initiative
Just one and half years after Bolivia became the first GAVI-eligible country to introduce the rotavirus vaccine, a disease responsible for almost half of all hospitalisations for diarrhoea from 2006-2008, is on the retreat.
01 December 2010
China's dramatic fall in hepatitis B infections
From 2002-2010, GAVI co-funded immunisation against hepatitis B in the west and central provinces of China. Today, less than 1% of children under 5 are chronic carriers of hepB.
26 November 2010
GAVI funds training for health volunteers in Vietnam
GAVI support for strengthening the Vietnamese health service brings training and resources to even the remotest areas.
GAVI helps DTP3 coverage rise after stagnation
While GAVI was set up first and foremost to help countries introduce new and under-used vaccines, its programme support has also increased global access to the long-existing vaccine against diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis (DTP).
GAVI model increases vaccine manufacturers
The steady rise in the number of vaccine manufacturers based in emerging economies since 2001 represents a tell-tale sign of GAVI's true impact on the vaccine market.
20 November 2010
Donors unite to finance Nepal health system
GAVI and other leading donors to Nepal channel their financial support through a single system to streamline assistance for the national health programme.
17 November 2010
HSS raises Cambodian mothers’ survival chances
In the first five years of the millennium, Cambodia achieved an almost 30% drop in infant and child mortality rates, but improvements in women's health failed to keep pace.
01 November 2010
Vaccines boost economic growth in poorest countries
Vaccines bring added value to the economies of the world's poorest countries with GAVI's investment in immunisation set to yield an 18% rate of return by 2020, according to a Harvard School of Public Health study.
27 September 2010
Rwanda's pneumococcal vaccine roll-out, one year on
It has been a little over a year since Rwanda introduced a pneumococcal conjugate vaccine known as PCV7. The vaccine protects children against one of the most common causes of pneumonia – with encouraging results.
09 August 2010
GAVI ranks fifth in aid quality report
GAVI ranks fifth out of 38 bilateral and multilateral donors in a study measuring donors' performance against best practices established at the 2005 Paris Declaration on Aid Effectiveness.
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