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17 December 2014
US approves US$ 200 million for Gavi in fiscal year 2015 budget
Funding would provide life-saving vaccines to children in poor countries.
11 December 2014
Gavi commits to purchasing Ebola vaccine for affected countries
Vaccine Alliance ready to begin procurement as soon as WHO recommends a vaccine for use.
28 November 2014
Canada commits C$ 500 million to support immunisation in developing countries
New pledge at the Francophonie Summit will help protect millions of children from deadly diseases.
12 November 2014
Record numbers of children protected against leading causes of pneumonia with Gavi support
“la Caixa” Foundation announces further €1m commitment to support pneumococcal vaccine
19 June 2014
GAVI Alliance Board approves new strategic framework to reach an additional 300 million children with vaccines
Alliance to support countries to build sustainable immunisation programmes between 2016 and 2020 to help save five to six million lives.
04 June 2014
Children's Investment Fund Foundation to invest in GAVI Alliance HPV programmes
First Ladies of Ghana and Mozambique join UK launch of End Cervical Cancer Now campaign.
20 May 2014
GAVI Alliance sets out opportunity to save up to six million lives through immunisation
The GAVI Alliance calls on donors to back ambitious plans to immunise an additional 300 million children against potentially fatal diseases between 2016 and 2020 and save a further five to six million lives.
08 May 2014
African leaders pledge support for immunisation
African leaders pledge to prioritise sustainable immunisation programmes as part of continued investment in the healthy futures of children and families in their countries.
25 April 2014
Independent report recommends strong U.S. support for GAVI Alliance
GAVI business model compliments U.S. health priorities, according to report by Center for Strategic and International Studies.
23 April 2014
GAVI Alliance to present plans to expand impact of vaccines by 2020
Drive to secure a healthy future for children in developing countries.
10 April 2014
Anuradha Gupta appointed Deputy CEO of the GAVI Alliance
Global health leader played a key role in India’s polio eradication success.
28 March 2014
Cameroon to protect its children against leading cause of severe diarrhoea
Life-saving rotavirus vaccines to be offered as part of country’s routine immunisation programme.
23 March 2014
UK public support for Sport Relief to help vaccinate children in Africa and Asia
Support for GAVI Alliance in the race to immunise children announced at London 2012 Olympic stadium.
13 March 2014
Lions Clubs, GAVI Alliance celebrate partnership at Capitol Hill reception
Announces US$ 7.5 million initial donation to Alliance to support childhood vaccination.
08 March 2014
1.5 million girls set to benefit from vaccine against cervical cancer
GAVI Alliance support for national introductions marks new HPV vaccine milestone on International Women’s Day.
04 March 2014
U.S. President’s budget proposes record US$ 200 million to the GAVI Alliance
FY2015 budget request demonstrates strong U.S. commitment to provide life-saving vaccines to children in poor countries.
04 February 2014
206,000 more girls to benefit from HPV vaccine with GAVI Alliance support
10 countries approved in latest round of HPV vaccine demonstration programmes.
03 February 2014
Dr Robert Newman appointed head of Policy and Performance at GAVI Alliance
Global health leader brings more than two decades of expertise.
31 January 2014
Prominent Indian experts to support the GAVI Alliance in reducing child mortality through immunisation
New GAVI Advisory Council in India will provide strategic advice and thought leadership to GAVI for its commitment to India.
17 January 2014
U.S. commits US$ 175 million to the GAVI Alliance
The United States commit an additional US$ 175 million toward funding global vaccine programmes through the GAVI Alliance, the largest amount that the U.S. has ever appropriated to GAVI.
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