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27 April 2013
Thousands of Haitian children to be protected against leading cause of severe diarrhoea
Haiti marks World Immunization Week with a ceremonial introduction of rotavirus vaccine into the country’s routine immunisation programme, with the support of the GAVI Alliance.
25 March 2013
GAVI partner 'la Caixa' Foundation heightens commitment to children's vaccination
The GAVI Alliance receives an additional €1 million from the “la Caixa” Foundation to purchase life-saving vaccines for children in Latin America.
10 January 2013
GAVI recognised for effectiveness and focus on results
In its first ever Multilateral Organisation Performance Assessment Network (MOPAN) review the GAVI Alliance has been commended for its effectiveness in increasing access to immunisation and for its focus on results.
06 December 2012
GAVI awards countries and advocates for accelerating access to life-saving vaccines
The GAVI Alliance celebrated the accomplishments of 12 countries in increasing access to immunisation during a ceremony last night at the GAVI Partners’ Forum. The ceremony was hosted by the UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Yvonne Chaka Chaka and Tanzanian radio host Taji Liunn.
28 November 2012
23 – Measure what you manage: the data quality challenge
Partners Forum 2012 - Session summary
19 September 2012
13 countries receive awards; government leaders, parliamentarians and civil society groups receive special recognitions
13 June 2012
‘Report Card’ shows GAVI delivering on the promise
One year on from Pledging Conference for Immunisation, GAVI lists its key results and challenges.
25 May 2012
Rwanda introduces new vaccine against a leading childhood killer
Rotavirus vaccines will protect children from severe and deadly diarrhoea.
10 November 2011
New studies show progress, value in vaccination against deadly pneumonia
Advances lauded as Malawi becomes next developing country to introduce pneumococcal vaccine on Saturday - World Pneumonia Day.
25 October 2011
Rotavirus deaths remain unacceptably high
Rotavirus-related diarrhoea kills
mostly in developing countries, but vaccine roll outs have begun.
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