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The Gavi office is in downtown Washington DC opposite the 18th street exit of the Farragut West metro stop.
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The Washington DC staff also play an important role in managing Gavi’s investments, treasury, financial reporting and IT functions, all under the direction of the Managing Director Finance and Operations, who is based in Geneva. The DC office also has representation from its Governance, Policy & Performance, Media & Communications, and Advocacy & Public Policy teams, each of which provides a critical link between Gavi and its partners in the Americas.
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