• 2000
  • WEF

    Going public

    January

    Creation of The Vaccine Fund and the Global Alliance for Vaccines & Immunization at the World Economic Forum Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland.

     
  • 2001
  • 3m
    3
     

    Children immunised

    million

  •  

    New vaccines introduced

       
  • +4

    Vaccine launches

    4
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2002
  • 17m
    17
     

    Children immunised

    million

  •  

    New vaccines introduced

       
  • +8

    Vaccine launches

    12
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2003
  • 37m
    37
     

    Children immunised

    million

  • +3

    Vaccine launches

    15
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2004
  • 63m
    63
     

    Children immunised

    million

  • +4

    Vaccine launches

    19
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2005
  • 96m
    96
     

    Children immunised

    million

  • +8

    Vaccine launches

    27
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2006
  • 133m
    133
     

    Children immunised

    million

  • IFFIm

    Innovative financing

    Launch of the International Finance Facility for Immunisation (IFFIm), which uses long-term donor pledges to issue vaccine bonds on the capital markets.

  • +2

    Vaccine launches

    29
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2007
  • 168m
    168
     

    Children immunised

    million

  •  

    New vaccines introduced

       
  • +7

    Vaccine launches

    36
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2008
  • 206m
    206
     

    Children immunised

    million

  •  

    New vaccines introduced

       
  • +23
    59
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2009
  • 249m
    249
     

    Children immunised

    million

  • GAVI Alliance

    Two into one

    Merger of The Vaccine Fund and GAVI into the GAVI Alliance.

  • GAVI Alliance

    Innovative financing

    The Advance Market Commitment (AMC) for pneumococcal vaccines is launched to incentivise manufacturers to rapidly take a new vaccine from research to development and bring it to market.

  •  

    New vaccines introduced

     
  • +24

    Vaccine launches

    83
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2010
  • 292m
    292
     

    Children immunised

    million

  •  

    New vaccines introduced

       
  • +11

    Vaccine launches

    94
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2011
  • 337m
    337
     

    Children immunised

    million

  • GAVI Alliance

    Four hours to save four million lives

    The first Gavi donor pledging conference was co-hosted in London by the governments of the United Kingdom and Liberia, and the Gates Foundation, under the headline “Four hours to save four million lives.” Governments more than doubled their previous commitments, and new government and corporate donors made additional financial commitments.

  • Innovative financing

    Launch of the Gavi Matching Fund which multiplies private sector partners’ impact by doubling their investment.

    Gavi Matching Fund
  • +22

    Vaccine launches

    116
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2012
  • 388m
    388
     

    Children immunised

    million

  • +31

    Vaccine launches

    147
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2013
  • 441m
    441
     

    Children immunised

    million

  •  

    New vaccines introduced

     
  • +42

    Vaccine launches

    189
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2014
  • 499m
    499
     

    Children immunised

    million

  • Gavi

    A branding evolution

    The name evolves from GAVI Alliance to Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance, with an updated logo that visually illustrates the global immunisation reach of the Alliance.

  •  

    New vaccines introduced

       
  • +49

    Vaccine launches

    238
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2015
  • 562m
    562
     

    Children immunised

    million

  • Investing together

    Investing together for a healthy future

    26-27 January

    Hosted by the German government in Berlin, the Vaccine Alliance held a meeting to mobilise funds for global immunisation programmes through 2020.

  •  

    New vaccines introduced

     
  • +70

    Vaccine launches

    308
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2016
  • 628m
    628
     

    Children immunised

    million

  • INFUSE

    INFUSE

    Launched at Davos in 2016, Innovation for Uptake, Scale and Equity in Immunisation (INFUSE) helps improve vaccine delivery systems by connecting high-impact, proven innovations with the countries that need them most.

  • ADVANCE PURCHASE COMMITMENT FOR EBOLA VACCINE

    Agreement to help push the Ebola vaccine towards regulatory approval.

  • First countries transition from Gavi support

     
  • +44

    Vaccine launches

    352
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2017
  • 694m
    694
     

    Children immunised

    million

  • +37

    Vaccine launches

    389
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2018
  • 764m
    764
     

    Children immunised

    million

  • 13.8
     

    Future deaths prevented

    million

  • Global Health Campus

    Gavi moves to the Global Health Campus with the Global Fund and other partners.

  •  

    New vaccines introduced

       
  • +46

    Vaccine launches

    435
     

    Cumulative vaccine launches in Gavi countries

  • 2019
  • Lasker~Bloomberg Public Service Award

    10 September

    Gavi receives the prestigious Lasker~Bloomberg Public Service Award for providing sustained access to childhood vaccines in the world’s poorest countries, saving millions of lives and highlighting the power of immunisation to prevent diseases.


  •  

    New vaccines introduced

       
  • 2020
  • London Donor Pledging Conference

    June

    The UK government will host Gavi’s third donor pledging conference on 3-4 June 2020 to mobilise at least an additional US$ 7.4 billion to protect the next generation with vaccines, reduce disease inequality and create a healthier, safer and more prosperous world.


  • 2025
    GOALS
  • 22m
    22
     

    Future deaths prevented

    million

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