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24 July 2015

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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.

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.

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.

14 July 2015

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Update from Afar: Islamic leaders champion immunisation

Imams in one of Ethiopia’s remotest regions are helping break cultural and geographical barriers to increasing immunisation rates.

22 June 2015

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IFFIm sukuk recognised by Financial Times

First international sukuk for a charitable purpose has won four awards since 2014 launch.

20 May 2015

Red Nose Day 2015

Red Nose Day comes to the USA

Live comedy TV special raises funds for Gavi, garners support for immunisation.

24 April 2015

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Lions Clubs mobilise for World Immunization Week

Advocacy toolkit launched to help Health Ministries spread the word about vaccination against measles and rubella in developing countries.

02 February 2015

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Gavi applauds Obama Administration budget request for vaccine programmes

Funding will support historic US$ 1 billion, 4-year U.S. pledge to Gavi to help protect millions of children from deadly diseases through vaccination.

26 January 2015

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Great art for a great cause

An inspiring new collection of art has an unusual goal: to celebrate vaccines, and how they have changed the course of history. The Art of Saving a Life is being launched in Berlin to coincide with the Gavi Pledging conference.

23 January 2015

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Gavi gains new partners at World Economic Forum

Four private sector partnerships announced in Davos.

 



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