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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.
20 May 2014
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
28 February 2014
GAVI Alliance complements global polio eradication effort
Countries eligible for GAVI Alliance support invited to apply for funding for inactivated polio vaccine until 2015.
07 December 2013
Pneumococcal vaccine to protect more than a million children in Afghanistan from leading child killer
Pneumonia accounts for 25% of deaths of children under five in Afghanistan each year.
22 November 2013
GAVI Alliance to support introduction of inactivated polio vaccine in world’s 73 poorest countries
Alliance Board selects additional vaccines to include in its portfolio.
09 October 2013
GAVI welcomes Canada's support for measles vaccines
GAVI welcomes Canada’s US$ 20 million pledge to accelerate access to measles vaccines.
12 July 2013
Zambia protects children against two major diseases
Pneumococcal and measles second dose vaccines to reach more than 360,000 infants in next 12 months, part of global acceleration in rollout of life-saving vaccines in developing countries.
03 June 2013
Angola begins protecting children against major killer disease
Angolan children begin receiving protection against the world’s largest killer of young children as the country introduces the pneumococcal vaccine. The introduction marks a crucial moment for child health in a country that emerged from a quarter of a century of civil war just over a decade ago.
14 May 2013
Rotavirus leading cause of diarrhoea
The largest and most comprehensive study of childhood diarrhoea has confirmed rotavirus as the single biggest cause of diarrhoea-related death and illness in developing countries. This latest evidence suggests that a large number of children are dying from this vaccine-preventable pathogen, and supports the decision by the GAVI Alliance to prioritise rotavirus vaccines.
24 April 2013
Children in Somalia to receive new vaccination against deadly diseases
The Somali authorities launch a new five-in-one-vaccine against several potentially fatal childhood diseases, which could save thousands of lives [Somali].
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