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CEPI and Gavi extend partnership to target future disease outbreaks

CEPI and Gavi, two co-leads of COVAX, the multilateral mechanism that accelerated equitable access to COVID-19 vaccines globally, have expanded their partnership to enhance the rapid development, deployment and access to vaccines against other…

Shipment of newest malaria vaccine, R21, to Central African Republic marks latest milestone for child survival

With two recommended vaccines and expanded supply, Gavi, UNICEF, WHO are working closely with governments and partners to increase malaria prevention and protection for children.

Lao PDR and partners commence nationwide measles and rubella vaccination campaign

The Lao People’s Democratic Republic (PDR), in collaboration with its partners, today launched a crucial nationwide measles and rubella (MR) vaccination campaign.

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How Bangladesh eliminated its “kala-azar” public health problem

Fatal in almost every case if untreated, the parasitic infection preys particularly on the poor. But Bangladesh has the disease on the retreat – Mohammad al Amin finds out how.

Chad is facing a Hep E outbreak: what role could vaccines play in the response?

The World Health Organization recently approved a two-dose schedule of Hepatitis E vaccine in outbreak settings. Could it be implemented in Chad?

The sign-language teacher helping health workers in Burundi talk to deaf patients

In health care, access to information is often as important as access to medicines. Willy Kamugisha is trying to make sure deaf people aren’t left out.

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Gavi supports vaccines against 20 infectious diseases, including COVID-19, Ebola, malaria and rabies. Learn more about our support for each vaccine by clicking below.

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Gavi supports vaccines against 20 infectious diseases, including COVID-19, Ebola, malaria and rabies. Learn more about our support for each vaccine by clicking below.

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Our impact

Children >1 billion children vaccinated through routine programmes
First aid locator >17.3 million future deaths averted
Transitioned 19 countries fully self-financing
Billions >220.5 US$ billion in economic benefits for countries
Syringe 1.8 billion vaccinations through preventive vaccination campaigns

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Saving lives and protecting people’s health by increasing equitable and sustainable use of vaccines.

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Saving lives and protecting people’s health by increasing equitable and sustainable use of vaccines.

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Gavi draws on the skills of a variety of partners, combining the technical expertise of the development community with the business know-how of the private sector.

Meet the Vaccine Alliance partners

Gavi draws on the skills of a variety of partners, combining the technical expertise of the development community with the business know-how of the private sector.

Meet the Vaccine Alliance partners

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