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  • The latest videos showcasing the work of the Vaccine Alliance and its partners.

  • 05 February 2018

    Rohingya refugee camps: diphtheria outbreak sends warning to all countries

    Since November 2017, there have been around 5,000 suspected cases of diphtheria among the Rohingya refugees sheltering at Cox’s Bazar in eastern Bangladesh after fleeing their native Myanmar. In humanitarian crises, disease is often the first emergency but this outbreak took aid workers by surprise.

    01 September 2017

    Reaching every child in Haiti, it starts with a fridge

    Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance and partners have been strong supporters of Haiti’s immunisation programme. However vaccine coverage rate is the lowest in the Americas. Every day, almost 50 children under the age of five die, many from vaccine-preventable diseases. To increase coverage and access to vaccines, Gavi and partners are supporting the government with a plan to renew old cold chain equipment.

    16 May 2017

    The looming threat of yellow fever

    An outbreak in Brazil of the deadly disease should raise an alarm in the rest of the world. Video extract from Gavi CEO Dr Seth Berkley's article in the New York Times.

    04 May 2017

    Solving a global digital identity crisis

    In developing countries, one in three children under age five has no record of their existence. Video extract from Gavi CEO Dr Seth Berkley's article in the MIT Technology Review article.

    25 April 2017

    Different places, different families, same life-saving journey

    Life in Mozambique and Norway: the importance of routine immunisation to two families.

    08 December 2016

    Immunisation in Côte d’Ivoire on the road to recovery

    After five years of devastating conflict, Côte d’Ivoire’s immunisation rates are back to their pre-war levels. In this short film, originally played at the December 2016 Gavi Board meeting in Abidjan, Health Minister Dr Raymonde Goudou Coffie, explains her country’s rapid recovery.

    18 October 2016

    HPV vaccinations in Liberia 2016

    Not every girl goes to school everyday in Liberia, West Africa. So if you want to improve coverage of the HPV vaccination in ten year old girls, sometimes you have to take it to the streets.

    08 August 2016

    Liberia, two years on: President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf discusses the Ebola outbreak

    President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf describes Ebola’s impact on Liberia, and the steps taken to rebuild the country's health system.

    08 August 2016

    Liberia, two years on: the Ebola vaccine and contact tracing

    Emmanuel Lasanah, supervisor of the outpatient department at Redemption Hospital and the first person vaccinated against Ebola in Liberia, gives a first-person account of being a contact tracer during the epidemic.

    08 August 2016

    Liberia, two years on: the Ebola epidemic

    Liberians remember the impact of the Ebola epidemic.

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