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Visual representations of key information and data related to immunisation and the work of the Vaccine Alliance

12 November 2016

Pneumococcal disease: the leading vaccine-preventable cause of death in children under five

Pneumonia kills nearly 1 million children under five and pneumococcal disease is the leading cause of pneumonia. Countries introducing pneumococcal vaccines with Gavi support could prevent 500,000 early deaths by 2020.

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21 March 2016

Immunisation - a healthy return on investment

A new study, published February 2016 in the journal Health Affairs, puts a precise figure on the value of vaccinating children

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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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28 November 2014

Increasing support for immunisation in Francophone countries

Current information and projections for increased support for Francophone countries by Gavi during the period 2016 - 2020.

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12 November 2014

Pneumococcal disease: the biggest vaccine-preventable cause of death in children under five

Pneumonia kills as many as 1 million children under five and pneumococcal disease is the leading cause of pneumonia. Countries introducing pneumococcal vaccines with Gavi support could prevent 500,000 early deaths by 2015.

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04 November 2014

Nearly one third of all unimmunised children live in India

India currently has 6.8 million of the 18.5 million under-immunised children in Gavi-supported countries. As of 2014, India and the Vaccine Alliance have joined forces for an unprecedented national scale-up of the 5-in-1 pentavalent vaccine.

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03 November 2014

2 in 5 children are immunised with Gavi support

Gavi support is accelerating access to life-saving vaccines in the world’s poorest countries: It took 10 years for Gavi-supported vaccines to reach 300 million children. Gavi expects to reach the same number of children in just five years from 2016-2020.

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