#GAVI

  • Article: The UK Is Now the Single Biggest Contributor to the Global Hunt for a COVID-19 Vaccine

    The UK Is Now the Single Biggest Contributor to the Global Hunt for a COVID-19 Vaccine

    By Imogen Calderwood|March 27, 2020

    Britain has committed £210 million more in UK aid funding to international COVID-19 relief efforts. Read more

  • Article: Now Is the Time to Step Up Support for Vaccines and Small-Scale Agriculture Funds, Norway Says
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    Now Is the Time to Step Up Support for Vaccines and Small-Scale Agriculture Funds, Norway Says

    By Leah Rodriguez|March 25, 2020

    State Secretary of International Development Aksel Jakobsen shares the country's 2020 goals. Read more

  • Article: We’re Shouting Out the Importance of Vaccines in an Advert Right Next to London's Houses of Parliament
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    We’re Shouting Out the Importance of Vaccines in an Advert Right Next to London's Houses of Parliament

    By Helen Lock|Dec. 18, 2019

    We want to make sure politicians are reminded to fund vaccines while on their way to work. Read more

  • Article: Most Pregnancies Last 9 Months. Why Is the Deadliness of Childbirth Still Taking Us by Surprise?
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    Most Pregnancies Last 9 Months. Why Is the Deadliness of Childbirth Still Taking Us by Surprise?

    From Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance|March 8, 2019

    Vaccines help to dramatically reduce maternal and neonatal deaths. Read more

  • Article: New Study Reveals Immunization Could Put an End To Poverty

    New Study Reveals Immunization Could Put an End To Poverty

    By Jackie Marchildon|Feb. 13, 2018

    Vaccines do more than just prevent disease. Read more

  • Article: This Safe, Cheap Typhoid Vaccine Could Be the Breakthrough the World Needs

    This Safe, Cheap Typhoid Vaccine Could Be the Breakthrough the World Needs

    By Imogen Calderwood|Jan. 4, 2018

    The deadly disease still infects up to 20 million people a year. Read more

  • Article: More than 1 million lives to be spared from infectious disease

    More than 1 million lives to be spared from infectious disease

    By Olivia Howell|Global Poverty Project|Dec. 29, 2015

    Investing in vaccines is key to curbing infectious disease. Read more

  • Article: Saving lives through supply chain: solutions to support the next generation of vaccines

    Saving lives through supply chain: solutions to support the next generation of vaccines

    From Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance|Oct. 16, 2015

    New vaccines are now available in the poorest countries. Read more