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01 December 2011
Small island states punch above their weight
Papua New Guinea, Kiribati and the Solomon Islands lead the way in co-financing their vaccine programmes.
Maternal and neonatal tetanus eliminated
Uganda shows that tetanus eradication is possible through well supported and coordinated campaigns.
01 November 2011
Graduating Georgia sees immunisation growing
Georgia remains committed to sustaining the impressive expansion of its immunisation coverage.
26 September 2011
New vaccine to protect children from severe diarrhoea comes to Sudan
Sudan recently became the first of many GAVI-eligible countries in Africa to introduce a new vaccine to protect children from rotavirus, the leading cause of severe infant diarrhoea.
Preparations begin early in Tanzania for the introduction of rotavirus vaccines
Health workers and Ministry of Health officials in Tanzania have are gearing up for a huge task as they prepare to introduce a new vaccine against rotavirus, the leading cause of severe infant diarrhoea.
16 August 2011
GAVI moves forward on gender equality
With nine women and nine men, an independent review committee (IRC) to monitor country progress is GAVI’s first committee to have a gender balance and marks another step forward for gender policy.
04 August 2011
Civil society drives health improvements
Afghanistan illustrates the vital role that civil society plays in providing basic health services in difficult circumstances.
01 July 2011
The Sudan introduces rotavirus vaccine
Following the Sudan's introduction of the rotavirus vaccine, GAVI plans to introduce it in 40 GAVI-eligible countries by 2015.
31 May 2011
Reaching the hard to reach in Ethiopia
In Ethiopia, GAVI support for civil society organisations is helping the Consortium of Christian Relief and Development Association deliver routine immunisation to even the remotest communities.
16 May 2011
Pentavalent vaccine makes a difference in Madagascar
Madagascar shows benefits of health interventions with an impressive reduction of its under-five mortality rate.
02 May 2011
Partnerships key to immunisation success
Despite significant challenges, Honduras has produced remarkable results in expanding its immunisation coverage.
01 May 2011
Kyrgyzstan finds one vaccine is better than five
When Kyrgyz doctors first started using the pentavalent vaccine in 2009, officials in the Central Asian nation s health ministry noticed immunisation coverage rates were going down. But the doctors' initial fears turned out to be the vaccine's greatest strength.
04 April 2011
Supporting vaccine decision-making
Countries such as Armenia can make informed decisions about their immunisation programmes using the expertise and information available through the Alliance.
01 April 2011
Co-financing, an investment in our children
Dr Agnes Binagwaho, Permanent Secretary for Health at the Ministry of Health, explains why the Government of Rwanda is committed to GAVI's co-financing policy.
31 March 2011
Rwanda immunisation brings benefits for mothers
Rwanda health centre takes advantage of routine immunisation visits to teach mothers about benefits of family planning.
10 March 2011
Co-financing of GAVI vaccines on the increase
Since 2008, the number of countries required to co-finance new and underused vaccines supplied by GAVI has nearly doubled from 26 to 47 in 2010.
11 February 2011
Full marks for Kenya's pneumococcal roll-out
Training sessions for health workers set to help Kenya achieve its pneumococcal vaccine coverage target.
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