Blog entries tagged: Gavi, The Vaccine Alliance

  • Posted by RESULTS Australia on Apr 28, 2017  | 

    Nigeria has a population of nearly 192 million people and expects to add another 7.3 million newborns to its population. The country’s under-five mortality rate has been falling steadily since the early 1990s and has halved since the 1980s. Between 2001 and 2016, Nigeria received US $698 million in Gavi funding, which has supported supplementary activities for immunization against typical childhood diseases. Nigeria will need healthy citizens to help it on its development pathway, and these children, who have been given such a strong start in life, are sure to be driving the country’s future progress. Read more

  • Posted by GHA France on Apr 28, 2015  | 

    Measles moves fast. The highly contagious virus can strike anywhere at any time, be it in Nigerian refugee camps or California’s Disneyland Read more

  • Posted on Feb 26, 2015  | 

    Pledges and commitments are just words – words that require careful and persistent pressure to transform into real funding for real impact. ACTION's new vaccines funding tracker shows how key donors’ pledges stack up, and sets the stage to track the delivery of funds. Read more

  • Posted by Angela Pereira on Jan 20, 2015  | 

    Dr. D.S. Akram is a pediatrician from Pakistan who recently joined ACTION’s U.S. partner, RESULTS Educational Fund, on a tour of the United States to speak in support of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance. Ahead of the January 27 global funding summit for Gavi, I sat down to speak with Dr. Akram about her work and progress on immunizations in Pakistan. Read more

  • Posted by Angela Pereira on Jan 12, 2015  | 

    One Indonesian institution is on an important mission: To develop and produce vaccines for every child in the country. Read more