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For enquiries please contact:

Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance Secretariat
Geneva, Switzerland

Tel: +41 22 909 6500
Fax: +41 22 909 6550
info@gavi.org

Mailing and visiting address:

2 Chemin des Mines
1202 Geneva
Switzerland
 

Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance Secretariat
Washington DC Office

Tel: +1 202 478 1050
Fax: +1 202 478 1060
info@gavi.org

Mailing and visiting address:

1776 I (Eye) Street, NW
Suite 600
Washington DC 20006
USA
 

Media contacts

Geneva office
Frédérique TISSANDIER

Frédérique
Tissandier

Gavi
+41 79 300 8253
+41 22 909 2968

Contact

Iryna
Mazur

Gavi
+41 79 429 3671
+41 22 909 2920

Contact

James
Fulker

Gavi
+41 79 429 5505
+41 22 909 2926

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Directions:

Public transport from rail station

Take the number one bus in the direction of Jardin Botanique. Alight at the penultimate stop on the route. It is called Mines. Gavi is in the green building ahead on the right in Chemin des Mines.

Public transport from airport:

Take the number 28 bus and alight at stop Jardin Botanique, the last on the route. Gavi is in the green building behind the navy blue UNICEF building.

Directions:

The Gavi office is in downtown Washington DC opposite the 18th street exit of the Farragut West metro stop.


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ETHICS HOTLINE

Gavi is committed to the highest standards of accountability, responsibility and ethical behaviour.
If you are aware of any inappropriate use of Gavi-provided resources - vaccines, cash or other assets - please report it: here 

US$ 1 = US$ 18

A study in Health Affairs covering 73 Gavi-supported countries over the 2011–2020 period shows that, for every US$ 1 spent on immunisation, US$ 18 are saved in healthcare costs, lost wages and lost productivity due to illness. If we take into account the broader benefits of people living longer, healthier lives, the return on investment rises to US$ 48 per US$ 1 spent.

Ozawa S, Clark S, Portnoy A et al. Return on investment from childhood immunizations in low- and middle-income countries, 2011-20, Health Affairs 2016

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