It did not make the front page of the Times, but a meeting in Berlin this week was arguably the single most important thing to happen on the planet yesterday. The occasion was a pledging conference for GAVI–The Global Vaccine...
GAVI, the global vaccine alliance, held a pledging conference in Berlin yesterday to raise $7.5 billion between 2016 and 2020. The response? Donors pledged even more that what was requested. The Gates Foundation kicked in $1.6 billion. The UK about...
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HPV Vaccination rates are higher in Rwanda than in many wealthy countries.
If even he can get cancer from HPV, will we see more support for global programs?
There's a new plan to take on the top killers of children worldwide. Seth Berkeley explains why it will work.
There is big news from GAVI, the Gates-backed group that supports the provision of childhood vaccinations around the world. GAVI announced today that it will expand its vaccine programs to include the HPV vaccine, which guards against cervical cancer, and a vaccine against Rubella to promote maternal and child health.
More progress in the global fight against preventable childhood illness like pneumonia.