By improving access to vaccines for millions of the most vulnerable children, Gavi is transforming the lives of individuals, helping to boost the economies of lower-income countries and making the world safer for everyone. Help us to reach even more people.
Through COVAX, Gavi has helped deliver more than a billion doses of life-saving COVID-19 vaccines to 144 participating economies in under one year. Help us to ensure the world’s poorest countries will get equal access to COVID-19 vaccines.
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You can find the COVID-19 vaccine price per dose and by manufacturer on the by UNICEF COVID-19 Market Dashboard . To view, click on Price tab.
In the United States, Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance is recognised as a foreign equivalent of a US public charity under section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code. Our US T.I.N is : 98-0593375.
We would encourage you to donate from the UK thanks to our partnership with the Charities Trust. The Charities Trust is registered with the Charity Commission (registered charity number 327489) and we receive 100% of contributions received. You can find more information here.
Partnering with Gavi creates an opportunity for private sector partners to join a global alliance. Together, we can save lives, create sustainable socio-economic benefits and take a leading role in global development.
Gavi has secured US$ 14m in match funding, enabling us to effectively double private sector contributions towards the Gavi COVAX AMC. Contributions between US$ 100k and US$ 5m are eligible to be matched. This is a limited term challenge, and will expire on 3 June 2022.
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Highlighting key data, partnerships and milestones, the 2020 Annual Progress Report offers insights into our progress last year, while looking at what’s ahead – including the Vaccine Alliance’s role in the global COVID-19 response.