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Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance
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Saving children’s lives and protecting people’s health by increasing equitable use of vaccines.
Saving children’s lives and protecting people’s health by increasing equitable use of vaccines.

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We agree with Bill Gates – the HPV vaccine is a great example of why we need Gavi in developing countries. We work to make the vaccine more available and aim to help women prevent cervical cancer – because women are SO important!
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Pneumonia is treatable and preventable, yet it's a disease parents fear all over the world. Ahead of World Pneumonia Day, the +The Guardian looks at how parents are coping in northern Kenya.
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A measles outbreak ANYWHERE is a threat EVERYWHERE. While the world is making impressive progress against measles, in order to beat it, we need wealthy nations to defeat the disease at home and abroad.
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It takes an alliance to vaccinate millions! We're pleased to announce Malawi will be the first country to benefit from our partnership with The Aspen Institute. Through this new partnership we will help get vaccines to as many people as possible.
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Today, we publish the first update on our 5-year strategy to immunise 300 million children by 2020. The good news? We’re on track! - with 62 million children immunised in 2016 alone: http://www.gavi.org/progress-report/
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What connects gender equality, immunisation and data?
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A school vaccination programme in the UK is helping cut cervical cancer alerts by 41%! This is the power of vaccines to help young women live healthy lives and reach their potential.
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Paolo Sison, our Director of Innovative Finance, spoke to the Aid and International Development Forum about our recent initiatives and the future of humanitarian funding:
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To bring about positive change and accelerate the path to a healthier future, we must dare to disrupt and innovate. Marie-Ange, our Managing Director for Resource Mobilisation and Private sector partnerships, explains:
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Northern Europe and the US managed to eliminate cholera 150 years ago. What must we do to help the rest of the world do the same?
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