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31 January 2016

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First Ladies call on African Union to reach every child

Organization of African First Ladies ask African countries to finish unfinished business

31 January 2016

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Gavi welcomes Global Ambassador for Immunisation Kikwete

Former Tanzanian President announces his commitment to “the health of the African continent”

07 January 2016

Gavi India partnership

India Prime Minister and Gavi CEO discuss historic new partnership

Narendra Modi and Dr Seth Berkley welcome opportunity to improve coverage and equity, both in India and globally.

01 December 2015

Dagfinn Høybråten in Geneva 2015

'Deliver, deliver, deliver' – Dagfinn Høybråten reflects on five years as Gavi Board Chair

Dagfinn Høybråten will this week chair a Gavi Board meeting for the last time before stepping down at the end of the year. Here he reflects on five years at the helm of the Vaccine Alliance, steering Gavi through some of the momentous events in its 15-year history.

04 November 2015

Gavi-supported HPV vaccine: a 'sea change' in the fight against cervical cancer

Gavi-supported HPV vaccine: a 'sea change' in the fight against cervical cancer

An honour for Gavi to receive an award at this week’s Investing in Cervical Cancer Prevention 2015–2020 from the global cancer community.

02 November 2015

Afghanistan airport

Afghanistan ensures safe passage of life-saving vaccines

Afghan health ministry shows commitment to immunisation by opening critical storage facility at central airport.

31 August 2015

India

Anuradha Gupta highlights immunisation at New Delhi Call to Action Summit

Global health leaders examine progress and share best practices for ending maternal and child death.

24 July 2015

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Sudan's other crisis

On CNN.com Dr Seth Berkley warns that the number of measles cases in Sudan could explode unless temporary ceasefire is negotiated in the Nuba Mountains.

24 July 2015

Mosquito malaria

Malaria vaccine: How good is good enough?

On Friday 24th July the world’s first malaria vaccine was set to be given the green light by regulators, opening the door for the World Health Organization to recommend its use in developing countries. But in the BBC’s Scrubbing Up, Dr Seth Berkley, CEO of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, and Dr Mark Dybul, Executive Director of the Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria, say it won't be a straightforward decision.

17 July 2015

India pentavalent scale-up 2014

New coverage figures show more children than ever being reached with immunisation in poorest countries

Coverage trends heading in right direction but major differences remain between countries.

 



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