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Photo galleries from 2012 showcasing the work of the Vaccine Alliance and its partners.
28 November 2012
Madagascar celebrates the introduction of pneumococcal vaccines
Madagascar marked the introduction of pneumococcal vaccines into its national immunisation programme with a high level ceremony in the coastal town of Vatomandry attended by the Prime Minister, donors, health workers and local communities.
12 October 2012
Brazzaville marks Congo's first pneumococcal vaccinations
Brazzaville, 11 October 2012 - The Republic of Congo has taken a big step today in improving child health by introducing the pneumococcal vaccine, which protects children against one of the leading causes of pneumonia.
20 August 2012
Rotavirus vaccines introduced in health centres in Yemen
During the month of Ramadan, health centres in Yemen are packed with families who have come to get their children vaccinated against rotavirus, the leading cause of death due to diarrhoea. On 1 August 2012, the government of Yemen introduced the rotavirus vaccines in its routine immunisation programme to prevent thousands of children’s deaths from severe diarrhoea.
26 April 2012
The human tragedy and the hope behind Ghana’s historic decision
A visit to the wards of Princess Marie Louise Children’s hospital in Accra quickly answers the question why Ghana’s health ministry took the extraordinary decision to introduce pneumococcal and rotavirus vaccines simultaneously.
14 March 2012
Model immunisation system sets standard for Mozambique
As Mozambique makes preparations to introduce pneumococcal vaccine with GAVI support, the Manhica district’s immunisation system is setting an example that the Ministry of Health wants the nation’s other 127 districts to follow.
12 March 2012
Seth Berkley in Mozambique March 2012
Follow daily updates on GAVI CEO’s official visit to Africa, 12-14 March 2012
26 January 2012
GAVI’s Matching Fund announcement at WEF
Supporters of GAVI’s Matching Fund met at the 2012 World Economic Forum to announce gifts of US$ 4.5m from two new partners: Comic Relief and The Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF).
Chad’s campaign against meningitis A
One of the first countries to introduce the new meningitis A vaccine (MenAfriVac), Chad ran an immunisation campaign with GAVI support in December 2011 to help eliminate the region’s devastating epidemics.
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