A Gavi-funded global emergency stockpile of Ebola vaccines will be accessible to all countries following a procurement process concluded by UNICEF
The United States has approved US$ 4 billion for Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance to ensure lower-income economies have equitable access to safe and effective COVID-19 vaccines on the same urgent timeline as wealthier countries.
COVAX now has agreements in place to access nearly two billion doses of several promising vaccine candidates, and laid the groundwork for further doses to be secured through contributions from donors.
Gavi Board approves more than US$ 600 million in new funding to help accelerate efforts to reach ‘zero-dose’ and under-immunised children in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
High-risk and vulnerable groups and healthcare workers first in line for successful vaccine.
This document is designed to guide country applications for cold chain equipment (CCE) support, providing a structured approach to CCE purchasing decisions. It helps identify which devices comply with the requirements of Gavi's cold chain equipment platform, allowing countries to choose solutions that best meet the needs of their health facilities.
Exploring current approaches to leaving no child behind with immunisation by harnessing geospatial technologies and GIS to improve immunisation coverage and equity in low- and middle-income countries.
List of 21 COVID-19 related innovations