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03 December 2015
Shaken not destroyed - how Nepal's immunisation system survived an earthquake
Within days of last April's devastating earthquake, Nepal resumed regular immunisation services. From a Kathmandu hospital to clinics in the Himalayas, Nepalese on the front-lines of the national health system tell their stories of a remarkable recovery and show why vaccination is going from strength to strength in the mountain kingdom.
First use of Gavi Cholera Stockpile - Cameroon 2015
A short film explaining how Gavi came to support a global cholera vaccine stockpile, and showing the impact this has had on the vaccine market and in Cameroon where it was first deployed.
25 June 2015
Pneumococcal vaccine impact study in Kenya
Video showing Kenya’s efforts to tackle pneumococcal disease and highlighting pneumococcal vaccine impact study at the Wellcome Trust centre KEMRI at Kilifi.
12 November 2015
Fighting pneumonia in Nepal - surveillance, strains and schedules
As one of the first countries in south east Asia to introduce the pneumococcal vaccine, Nepal’s immunisation system is under the microscope with many countries hoping to learn from their neighbour’s experience.
20 May 2015
Red Nose Day 2015
To encourage support for Red Nose Day USA, Gavi and four other international Red Nose Day USA charity partners – charity:water; the Global Fund for AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Oxfam; and Save the Children hosted a reception at the US Capitol on Tuesday attended by members of Congress, who emphasised the important work of the US government in championing global health and development.
28 April 2015
Keeping DR Congo polio-free
These images show the efforts behind DR Congo’s introduction of inactivated polio vaccine (IPV) into their routine immunisation schedule – one of over 70 Gavi-eligible countries expected to introduce IPV by the end of 2015 in an unprecedented global effort to meet the goals of the Polio Eradication and Endgame Strategic Plan.
02 December 2015
CEO Board Report December 2015
Gavi’s CEO Dr Seth Berkley presents an overview of the Alliance’s achievements to the Board on 2 December 2015. Topics include a summary of results and challenges in the 2011-2015 strategy period, Gavi’s increasing focus on coverage, equity and sustainability going forward, global health security and the broader immunisation landscape.
10 June 2015
CEO Board Report June 2015
Gavi CEO Seth Berkley presents key achievements and challenges to the Gavi Board on 10 June 2015. Topics covered include: successful replenishment, new vaccine introductions, coverage and equity, sustainability, the broader immunisation landscape and risk management.
27 January 2015
Pledging conference - Gavi CEO presentation
Gavi CEO Seth Berkley sets out the amazing achievements of Vaccine Alliance partners to date and presents the opportunity to reach and protect every child going forward.
06 March 2015
Protecting women from one of the biggest cancer killers in developing countries
700,000 girls are expected to receive Gavi-supported human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccines in 2015
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04 February 2015
Cost-effective vaccines to prevent cancer
Gavi can help developing countries: prevent 2.4 million hep B related deaths and reach 30 million girls with HPV vaccines.
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10 December 2014
Immunisation: No other health intervention touches so many lives
Today, 30 vaccine doses are administered in the world every second.With full funding, developing countries will immunise two children every second with Gavi-supported vaccines (2016-2020).
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