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15 March 2017
Cholera vaccination campaign begins in Somalia
Mass vaccination campaign will target over 450,000 people to halt cholera outbreak.
23 February 2017
Gavi seeks to support innovative solutions to improve vaccine delivery
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27 January 2017
CAF and African football stars team-up to promote immunisation for children at 2017 Total Africa Cup of Nations
“Africa United” campaign highlights power of vaccination to save children’s lives in Africa.
18 January 2017
Deutsche Post DHL Group and Gavi forge global partnership to improve delivery of life-saving vaccines
Organisations to collaborate on addressing supply chain challenges to improve developing country access to life-saving vaccines. Test programme announced with Kenyan Health Ministry: DHL and Gavi to provide efficient transport management solution for vaccine distribution.
Gavi and Unilever's Lifebuoy join forces to tackle preventable diseases and save children's lives
Ground-breaking partnership will raise awareness of the power of immunisation and of handwashing with soap to accelerate child survival efforts.
Google & Gavi partner to scale up high-tech innovations for vaccine delivery
New funding through Gavi will help start-up Nexleaf Analytics provide real-time data solutions for cold chain equipment performance and maintenance in developing countries.
08 December 2016
Gavi to support immunisation of children in Syria
Gavi Board decisions also taken to strengthen emergency vaccine stockpiles and to accelerate human papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine programme to protect 40 million girls against cervical cancer by 2020.
29 November 2016
Education Above All and Gavi join forces to deliver progress on Sustainable Development Goals
Hard-to-reach children in Africa and Asia could benefit from the new partnership.
10 November 2016
Measles jab saves over 20 million young lives in 15 years, but hundreds of children still die of the disease every day
Measles outbreaks in numerous countries – caused by gaps in routine immunisation and in mass vaccination campaigns – continue to be a serious challenge.
19 October 2016
Millions more children to be protected from five diseases thanks to new vaccine supply agreement
5-in-1 pentavalent vaccine will come from a broad base of manufacturers at half the 2016 average price for the next three years.
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