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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.
04 February 2014
206,000 more girls to benefit from HPV vaccine with GAVI Alliance support
10 countries approved in latest round of HPV vaccine demonstration programmes.
10 January 2014
Liberia begins protecting its children against pneumococcal disease
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf joins celebrations in Monrovia.
07 August 2013
At Dakar conference, countries showcase increased efforts to fund their own immunisation programs
Sabin Vaccine Institute convenes government officials to discuss progress on sustainable immunization financing programs (News release: Sabin Vaccine Institute).
24 September 2012
Seth Berkley addresses UN High Level Panel on post-2015 development agenda
GAVI CEO Seth Berkley talk’s health with the High-level Panel of Eminent Persons tasked with preparing a global development agenda beyond 2015, the target date for the Millennium Development Goals.
14 June 2012
The Great, the Good, the Glamorous ... and Ghana
Dan Thomas, Head of Media & Communication at the GAVI Alliance, writes about the upcoming Child Survival Call to Action event in Washington, critical to further vaccination successes as seen recently in Ghana.
07 October 2011
GAVI congratulates Nobel Peace Prize winner
The GAVI Alliance congratulates Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on winning the Nobel Peace Prize.
17 July 2011
Milestone in preventing child deaths from diarrhoea in Africa
GAVI Alliance supports African introduction of rotavirus vaccines against the leading cause of severe infant diarrhoea.
13 June 2011
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, President of Liberia - Part 1 of 2
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf delivers her speech during the GAVI Alliance Pledging Conference for Immunisation in London.
Donors commit vaccine funding to achieve historic milestone
GAVI Alliance poised to immunise more than 250 million children in developing countries by 2015 thanks to increased support from major public and private donors. [Spanish] [German]
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