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Our Gavi colleague and friend, Liz Davies passed away on 8 September after a courageous battle against a long illness. She was an example and embodiment of our values. To honor her memory, all individual donations received between Sept 15-Oct 15 2023 through our website will be considered in honor of Liz. Should you have any questions regarding your donation this month, kindly reach out to us at

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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.

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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
People 1.8 billion vaccinations through preventive vaccination campaigns

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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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Last updated: 2 Oct 2023

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