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18 September 2014
Nepal becomes first country to introduce IPV with Gavi support
Nepal is one of 25 countries who have received approval to begin using IPV with Gavi support. Afghanistan and Pakistan are also planning to introduce IPV by end of next year.
25 June 2014
US summit on child survival puts spotlight on immunisation
Global health community celebrates progress and commits to maternal and child health at USAID event in Washington.
01 June 2014
Remembering Dr. Ciro de Quadros, advocate for vaccines
The global health community loses a hero and leader in the effort to eradicate polio, smallpox and measles
29 May 2014
Global summit looks to immunisation to save millions of lives
Canadian PM Harper calls on countries to invest politically, financially to improve maternal, newborn and child health
20 May 2014
Germany to host GAVI Alliance replenishment meeting in 2015
Announcement made at official launch of Alliance’s replenishment process in Brussels.
Reasons to invest in the GAVI Alliance
From singers and Presidents to Ministers and advocates, GAVI Alliance supporters explain why they are backing the Alliance’s vision for 2020
GAVI Alliance sets out opportunity to save up to six million lives through immunisation
The GAVI Alliance calls on donors to back ambitious plans to immunise an additional 300 million children against potentially fatal diseases between 2016 and 2020 and save a further five to six million lives.
European Commission announces increased pledge to GAVI Alliance as Replenishment begins
European Commission kickstarts GAVI Alliance Replenishment process with landmark contribution at high-level Brussels meeting.
09 May 2014
African business leaders and the GAVI Alliance discuss partnering up
CEO breakfast at WEF Africa puts spotlight on role of private sector partnerships in vaccinating children in Africa.
24 April 2014
President of Ethiopia supports GAVI’s mission to reach all children with vaccines
The Ethiopian government is striving to increase immunisation coverage across the country after a 2012 survey revealed that only 65% of babies were protected against neonatal tetanus.<br />Credit: GAVI/2014.
H.E. Dr Mulatu Teshome becomes immunisation champion
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