• Seth Berkley

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  • Follow Gavi's CEO as he leads the charge to ensure a quarter of a billion children are vaccinated by 2015

  • Seth Berkley

    I'm very proud to serve as Gavi CEO and put my experience in world vaccine development to work on a much broader range of diseases impacting developing countries.

    My mandate as leader of Gavi's successful public-private partnership is very clear: to create a world where life-saving vaccines are available as soon as possible to everyone who needs them, regardless of their ability to pay.

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  • On the Gavi website

    31 July 2015

    Gavi item

    24 July 2015

    Mosquito malaria

    Malaria vaccine: How good is good enough?

    On Friday 24th July the world’s first malaria vaccine was set to be given the green light by regulators, opening the door for the World Health Organization to recommend its use in developing countries. But in the BBC’s Scrubbing Up, Dr Seth Berkley, CEO of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, and Dr Mark Dybul, Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria, say it won't be a straightforward decision.

    24 July 2015

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    Sudan's other crisis

    On CNN.com Dr Seth Berkley warns that the number of measles cases in Sudan could explode unless temporary ceasefire is negotiated in the Nuba Mountains.

  • Videos and galleries

    28 January 2015

    What Gavi will do now

    Gavi CEO Seth Berkley explains what Gavi will be able to do with $7.5 billion.

    22 April 2014

    World Immunisation Week 2014

    Message by Dr Seth Berkley for the World Immunisation Week

    30 September 2013

    Seth Berkley talks about life-saving vaccines at the Global Citizens Festival

    GAVI CEO Seth Berkley joins Jeffrey Sachs of The Earth Institute and actress Olivia Wilde at the 2013 Global Citizens Festival in Central Park, New York to support Sachs' campaign to train and deploy one million community health workers across sub-Saharan Africa “who will help deliver vaccines to keep people healthy”. Over 60,000 attended the concert organised by Global Poverty Project (www.globalpovertyproject.com).

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