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14 June 2012
Hillary Clinton, birthplace should not affect survival of a child
Addressing a gathering of global leaders on child and maternal health, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton describes the child mortality gap between rich and poor countries as "shocking".
Faith-based organisations, saving lives is our issue
As 'centre of life' for many African communities, faith-based organisations are well-placed to teach benefits of life-saving health interventions like vaccines and bed nets.
13 June 2012
‘Report Card’ shows GAVI delivering on the promise
One year on from Pledging Conference for Immunisation, GAVI lists its key results and challenges.
12 June 2012
GAVI commends LDS Church for US$ 1.5 million gift
Donation to be doubled under GAVI Matching Fund as immunisation becomes major Church initiative.
08 June 2012
Tackling deadliest diseases for world’s poorest children can yield huge gains – UNICEF
A new report from UNICEF focuses on the huge potential to narrow the child survival gap between the richest and the poorest by focusing on pneumonia and diarrhoea – the two primary
killers of children under the age of five.
Nigeria launches pentavalent vaccine
Nigerian vaccine introductions set to save as many as 30,000 child lives every year following this year’s launch of the pentavalent vaccine and next year’s launch of the pneumococcal vaccine.
25 May 2012
194 countries endorse landmark Global Vaccine Action Plan
New strategy is expected to accelerate the achievement of UN MDG4, a two thirds reduction in child mortality between 1990 and 2015.
23 May 2012
Seth Berkley highlights 19 million children missing out on vaccines
GAVI CEO's speech to National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases focuses on need for equity in vaccine coverage.
G8 report praises GAVI and catalytic use of innovative financing
Accountability report singles out GAVI for its 'unified focus', IFFIm as a 'catalytic success story' and and the AMC as a 'game-changer'.
GAVI CEO – We will focus on countries with low coverage
Tailored approach required to ensure routine immunisation reaches 19.3 million children who miss out every year.
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