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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.
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
08 May 2014
African leaders pledge support for immunisation
African leaders pledge to prioritise sustainable immunisation programmes as part of continued investment in the healthy futures of children and families in their countries.
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.
05 November 2013
GAVI Alliance welcomes introduction of two life-saving vaccines in Senegal
Senegalese children to benefit from pneumococcal and measles-rubella vaccines .
22 October 2013
GAVI supports Cambodia’s campaign to vaccinate children against measles and rubella
More than four million children will receive the measles-rubella vaccine over the next three months.
16 August 2013
China President thanks international organisations for supporting Africa health development
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).
29 May 2013
Vaccines against cervical cancer and rubella to benefit health of women and girls
Two new vaccines that help protect against cervical cancer, measles and rubella spearhead the GAVI Alliance’s commitment to improving the health of girls and women.
Women Deliver 2013 - Investing in vaccines for girls
Two of Africa’s strongest advocates for women’s health join forces at the Women Deliver conference to highlight investments being made in two life-saving vaccines that will protect young girls in developing countries from cervical cancer and Congenital Rubella Syndrome (CRS)
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