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15 August 2013

Factsheet: Rotavirus disease

GAVI's support for the introduction of the rotavirus vaccine into national immunisation programmes targets the leading cause of death due to diarrhoea in children under five in low-income countries. [French]

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 2

01 August 2013

GAVI Matching Fund brochure

The GAVI Matching Fund A public-private partnership to save children’s lives innovative finance April 2013The challengeAbdul, Sierra Leone1 Abdul, a young boy in Sierra Leone, was one of the lucky ones. He was severely dehydrated, weak from diarrhoea and barely able to move. Abdul was suffering from rotavirus, the lead

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI Alliance
  • Publisher:
  • GAVI

24 July 2013

Programme Bulletin July 2013

Welcome to the first edition of the GAVI Alliance Programme Bulletin, a new information resource designed specifically for implementing partners in all countries supported by GAVI. [Spanish]

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 8

18 July 2013

Factsheet: Pneumococcal disease

GAVI's support for the introduction of the pneumococcal vaccine into national immunisation programmes tackles diseases that claim the lives of more than a million people every year, including more than half a million children before their fifth birthday, mainly in low-income countries. [Spanish] [French] [German]

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 2

18 July 2013

Factsheet: Measles and rubella

2013 marks a dramatic shift in the health of mothers and infants. For the first time GAVI is addressing measles and rubella simultaneously. This is a major step in accelerating global progress to controll two life-threatening diseases with a cost-effective vaccine.

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 2

09 May 2013

Healthy girls, healthy women. Facts & Figures

Starting in 2013, GAVI is supporting the poorest countries of the world to roll out two vaccines that will directly benefit women and girls. Vaccinating girls with human papillomavirus vaccines will help protect future generations of women against cervical cancer. Rubella vaccine protects babies from birth defects associated with congenital rubella syndrome, and helps to prevent miscarriage and stillbirth.

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 20
  • Publisher:
  • GAVI

01 May 2013

GAVI Innovative Finance brochure

GAVI’s mission is to save children’s lives and protect people’s health by increasing access to immunisation in poor countries. To that end, GAVI has become a leading force in the use of innovative finance to fund development initiatives that help GAVI. Learn more in this brochure.

  • Publisher:
  • GAVI

25 March 2013

GAVI Alliance Partnership with the ACP States

Protecting children’s health through immunisation in the African, Caribbean, and Pacific Group of States [French]

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 8
  • Publisher:
  • GAVI

01 February 2013

Factsheet: Gender and immunisation

GAVI Alliance is committed to ensuring that both boys and girls benefit from life-saving vaccines. [German]

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI Alliance
  • Total pages:
  • 2

23 November 2012

Factsheet: Advance Market Commitment

Learn about Advance Market Commitment, including the pilot AMC for pneumococcal vaccines.

  • Author(s):
  • GAVI, World Bank
  • Total pages:
  • 6

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